(Will You and I meet and greet?)
I Must Know
I must know before I go,
If and when we’ll meet;
Though no offer or guarantee
I’m Yours, when life’s complete.
I know about Your Judas Iscariot,
His despicable betrayal and deceit;
And I know You taught humility,
By washing Your disciples’ feet.
I know You gave Lazarus life,
After his heart ceased to beat;
And outlasted Satan’s temptations
After fasting in desert heat.
I know the sermon on Your mount,
Inheriting earth, the meek’s feat;
And thousands were fed that day
With only five loaves, two fish to eat.
I know about Your death, and return,
And Your Ascension, so bittersweet;
And I know without Your existence,
Hope and faith become obsolete.
What I don’t know before I go …
Will You and I meet and greet?
As I’m hoping for a chance to glance
Your consubstantial right-hand seat.