The Return

Poem By Timothy James Webster

It has been a long year since you left,
Things has come and gone,
The church has grown bigger than ever,
Yet still seem small without your presences.

Now, return with a renewed awareness,
To Serve and teach for the One and Only,
We are glad for this good news,
As we miss your profound knowledge about the Word of God.

We rejoice for this New Year,2006,
As we greet and embrace our old friend,
Who returns to spread the word, not just within,
But, throughout the world.

We shall see more missions for the Lord,
As you help out with the outreach teams,
To bring hope and joy,
To the deprived and ailing around the world.

As the Church and congregation,
We say it once more,
Welcome back to our old friend,
To a man whose name calls, Bob Jones.

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