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"What I say unto you I say unto all, Watch."
At even, or at midnight, or at the cock-crowing.

It may be in the evening,
When the work of the day is done,
And you have time to sit in the twilight,
And to watch the sinking sun;
While the long bright day dies slowly over the sea,
And the hour grows quiet and holy with thoughts of Me;
While you hear the village children Passing along the street,
Among these thronging footsteps
May come the sound of MY feet; therefore I tell you, watch!

By the light of the evening star,
When the room is growing dusky as the clouds afar;
Let the door be on the latch in your home,
For it may be through the gloaming, I will come.

It may be in the midnight
When 'tis heavy upon the land,
And the black waves lying dumbly along the sand;
When the moonless night draws close
And the lights are out in the house,
When the fires burn low and red,
And the watch is ticking loudly beside the bed;
Though you sleep tired on your couch,
Still your heart must wake and watch in the dark room;
For it may be that at midnight I will come.

It may be at the cock-crow,
When the night is dying slowly in the sky,
And the sea looks calm and holy,
Waiting for the dawn of the golden sun which draweth nigh;
When the mists are on the valleys, shading, the rivers chill,
And my morning star is fading, fading over the hill;
Behold, I say unto you, watch!
Let the door be on the latch in your home,
In the chill before the dawning,
Between the night and morning, I may come.

It may be in the morning
When the sun is bright and strong,
And the dew is glittering sharply over the little lawn,
When the waves are laughing loudly along the shore,
And the little birds are singing sweetly about the door;
With the long day's work before you are up with the sun,
And the neighbors come to talk a little of all that must be done;
But, remember, that I may be the next to come in at the door,
To call you from your busy work, for evermore.
As you work,
your heart must watch
For the door is on the latch in your room,
And it may be in the morning I will come.

So I am watching quietly every day,
Whenever the sun shines brightly I rise and say,
Surely it is the shining of His face,
And look unto the gate of His high place beyond the sea,
For I know He is coming shortly to summon me;
And when a shadow falls across the window of my room,
Where I am working my appointed task,
I lift my head to watch the door and ask if He is come!
And the Spirit answers softly in my heart,
"Only a few more shadows, and He will come."

~Author Unknown~

Presumed to be written by Barbara Miller MacAndrew


A Little Note From Cobblestone Road Ministries:

The Lord Jesus said in Luke 12:40,
"Be ye therefore ready also: for
the Son of man cometh at an hour when ye think not."

Are you ready for the Lord Jesus to return? Do you know Him as
your personal Savior? Don't get left behind. Receive the Lord Jesus
as your Savior today. Jesus said in John 10:10, 
"The thief cometh
not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that
they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly."

Further Reading on the Rapture:

Are You Rapture Ready?
Why a Pre-Trib Rapture?
Children In The Rapture?
No Such Thing As a Partial Rapture
The Da Vinci Code and the Antichrist
Two Witnesses in Revelation 11
Babel - The Center of Unity

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