LOVE CAN NEVER DIE
One said to me in voice so sweet,
Oh, lonely heart, why dost thou weep;
Your loved ones do but softly sleep,
For they are free from care and pain.
Their souls with Me do live,
And in My Kingdom reign.
For them that seek My face
Shall surely taste My love;
I shall guide them by My grace,
To dwell with Me above.
For I shall all their sins forgive,
And wash away their stain.
To me then do you come,
For I have said you may;
My pardon, then, shall be your peace,
Your tears I’ll wipe away.
Your loved ones then you’ll meet again,
And all shall in My Kingdom reign.
John Parkinson, Cardonaghy, Cullybackey, March 1929