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In all these Books ‘tis plainly said,

The graves will once give up their dead;

A new life God will give to men.


Who made us once will quicken again.

That day we shall, to judgement brought,

Be called to answer what we wrought,

And shall be judged by Faith we had,

And work we did good or bad.


The good shall get a festive treat

Everlasting nliss and heavenly seat ,

Where such the pleasure , such the mirth ,

We’ve never dreamt of on this earth.

The bad shall go to hell and fire ,

And suffer pains and torture dire.

But sense of guilt to conscious mind

Is more than all the pains combined

While sense of having pleased our Lord

Is great bliss and highest reward