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 Pause In Thought
A man impaled and took your place
To give audience to see the face
Upon last breath that all must draw
When time does come, before the Lord

Your will was done before today
Came to an end, last hand yours played
With the thought as yesterday
There was a chance to know, The Way

And like the Roman soldier's role
You rolled the dice and time now stole
What could have been, the child He made
You chose the path to live enslaved

His cry to Heaven, Abba, on your behalf
Was least of things thought of, you laughed
Having no part, apart from Him
Swimming through life, drowning in sin

Yet forgiving throughout this span
Of time before yours began
He stayed the course, all this for you
He came to heal, to die, renew
Daughter and son who both outgrew
The father's heart, broken in two

Forgiveness took the stand to plead
Your case upon a tree, His seed
We fail to sow, His word believe
If pause today just to concede

The race, human will end one day
Life as all know will too some day
Be changed as change relates to you
Before you pass and not move through


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