My Chariot Awaits Me

by Jason Kirk Bartley

I may never prophesy like John
“the Baptist” did, the forerunner
of Jesus, preaching repentance,
baptizing in the Jordan river.
I may not fill the shoes of Paul “the
Apostle", probably the greatest
missionary of Biblical times,
bringing salvation to the gentiles,
writing a huge part of the New
Testament, surviving death
multiple times.
I bring my own legacy.
Christ called me His own.
He set me apart.
I'm a joint-heir to His throne.
How He created me unique to
walk on my own!
I'm serving Jesus to the best I can do.
My chariot awaits me,
When my work here is through,
maybe not as Elijah, who went in a
whirlwind chariot of fire,
but I know I’ll see Jesus when it’s
my time to retire.
My chariot awaits me,
to Heaven I will go.
My chariot awaits me,
I'll be white as snow.
My chariot awaits me, there's
no time to waste.
My chariot awaits me,
To the most beautiful place.
My chariot awaits me…

Jason Kirk Bartley is a Christian poet. He is from Chillicothe, Ohio. He is 47 years old and married to Nila, his forever love. He has a Master’s degree in Ministry from Ohio Christian University. 

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