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~ The Old Ship of Zion ~
 

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The Old Ship of Zion 

 

I was standing on the banks of the river,

Looking out over life's troubled sea,

When I saw an old ship that was sailing,

Is that the old Ship of Zion I see?

 


Its hull was bent and battered,

From the storms of life, I could see;

Waves were rough, but that old ship was sailing.

Is that the old Ship of Zion I see?
 


 

At the stern of the ship was the captain,

I could hear as He called out my name;

Get on board, it's the old ship of Zion,

It will never pass this way again.
 


 

As I step on board I'll be leaving

All my troubles and trials behind;

I'll be safe with Jesus the captain,

Sailing out on the old Ship of Zion.

 

 


Once again I Thank YOU for visiting with me...
If you don't know my Jesus as your personal Saviour but would like to, why not, in your own words, ask Jesus to forgive you of your sins, acknowledge that you believe that Jesus was born of a virgin, suffered and gave his life on that old rugged cross, shedding His pure blood as the ultimate sacrifice for you, And on the third day arose from the grave and is on the right hand of God the Father in heaven both now and forever more.

And then ask Jesus to forgive you of your sins, come into your heart, and save your soul, writing your name in the Lambs Book of Life.. If you have accepted Jesus today, that means that your are saved and born again. You have been adopted into the family of God just like me... I am then not only your friend but your brother in Christ. Please write and let me know of that decision so that I might pray and rejoice with you… May God Bless you, each and everyone. With Love, Jim
 

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