Her Majesty The Queen

She left her crown; she left her jewels; she left her royal sash.

She left behind a legacy- a reign no one may match.

The Royal Firm worth “28 bill”- she also left behind.

She left her throne- Charles took her place and her assets are his for a time.

They’re estimated worth of “500 Mill”- Oh! What an earthly gain. But sometimes the loss and the grief that precedes takes all pleasure and leaves the pain.

The Royal line will continue through time as long as the Lord delays

But principles He gave in His word will follow all to the grave.

Not many a man will ever achieve the pomp and place of the Queen

But life and God’s word proves all too well to every man a similar ending.

One day we’ll die and leave it all- whether rich or whether poor.

So don’t delay your obedience and find He shut the door.

To find yourself outside of Christ is a price that’s far too steep.

So, bow your knee and confess the Christ and take the plunge in waters deep.

He will wash your sins and make you new, a crown you’ll truly wear

Not one to leave back, but one that lives on, with a mansion in a land so fair. -Robby Eversole, Jr.

Queen Elizabeth II (photograph) by Unknown photographer is licensed under CC-BY-NC-SA 4.0

This poem will hopefully help you, the reader, recognize that even the Queen of England met the common appointment of every man (Hebrews 9:27). Although the Queen had resources that many find hard to fathom, none could keep her from death. Although the Queen lived 96 years, those came to an end (James 4:14). It does not matter if you have all the money in the world, the finest doctors care, just that you know the Lord Jesus. If the church at Eastside can help you in knowing Jesus, please reach out to us below.

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