Kids of Jesus
Where is your loyalty?
How do you please your father
With no morality?
Your words, they say you love Him
While your actions say you don’t
You say you’d give up all for Him
In reality, you won’t
Your life is filled with filth
Pest infested with no raid
Instead of getting to heaven
You’re too busy getting laid
And you wonder why non-Christians
Call you hypocritical
When you sacrifice your spirit
For pleasure that’s physical
They wonder where’s the difference
What is it that they’d gain?
In getting to know the father
When your sinful ways remain
They wonder what’s the point of church
Why should they even go?
When church folks claim to fellowship
But can’t even say hello
And maybe there is a God above
And maybe He’s really good
But then why are His children not
Acting the way they should?
Why are they drinking at the club?
And lie right to your face?
But all the while they say that they
Are protected by His grace
Why do you play with God?
Why do you ignore His commands?
Why do you continue to sin
If His word you understand?
Why do you search for worldly gains?
Chancing your destiny?
Not caring how the choices made
Kills your testimony?
Do you not care about why we’re here?
The purpose that He gave?
To preach and teach his gospel
Declaring lost souls, saved?
And in the end, when he returns
What would your pleading be?
Will you beg to get to Heaven?
Saying, Father, you know me!?
And what if He says that he doesn’t?
That there’s no room left for you?
That your fate was sealed by your sinful ways
Then what will you do?
But at least you have a chance right now
To live a life that’s right
A chance to leave the darkness
And choose to live in light.