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Eternity’s Song

October 9, 2015 by  
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ETERNITY’S SONG

From the first cries in Eden
To these days of Distress,
This Song we are singing,
As the Bride starts to Dress.

It was born of the Spirit
in the Shepherd King’s heart.
No end or beginning,
so we all may take part.

Whether Plainsong or Chant
( or works that are long
by Wesley and Handel
and sometimes Hillsong ! )

Preferring Sankey or Gaither,
we all must agree…
at Eternity’s Concert,
we’ll all bow the knee !

Harmonious or not,
there’s no words we would rather
sing and Worship with Jesus
to our God:
” Abba, Father !”

 

Robin Aldrich was born near to the City of York in England and his forbears are hill farmers.
 
He was always keen on writing and regularly contributed to local newspapers in his teens, following in the footsteps of his mother and grandfathe; the whole family enjoyed creating poetry. Robin won several awards for creative writing at school
He became a Born-Again Christian at seventeen and commenced to evangelise every home in the small town of Blyth, Northumberland, England by means of tracts, which he also distributed to those waiting for the Bingo halls to open. At the same time, he lead his mother, father and grandfather to Christ.
He spent some time in Cliff College ( Derbyshire, England ) and in the Faith Mission Training Home and Bible College in Edinburgh, Scotland.  He has shared in leadership in churches in England and Canada and is married to Ruth; a retired nurse. Robin followed careers in the British Civil Service and as an Insurance Broker in Canada.  Robin and Ruth have four children and three grandchildren and live in Newmarket, Ontario, Canada  
 
 Robin currently has a facebook page titled Witness Stand

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One Response to “Eternity’s Song”
  1. Wonderful poem, Robin 🙂

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