"Road to Zion" as written by and Irving Berlin....
There is a way that leads to life
The few that find it never die
Past mountain peaks graced white with snow
The way grows brighter as it goes

There is a road inside of you
Inside of me there is one too
No stumbling pilgrim in the dark
The road to Zion's in your heart
The road to Zion's in your heart

The river runs beside the road
Its waters living as they flow
In liquid voice the water calls
On thirsty knees the pilgrim falls

Sometimes a shadow dark and cold
Lays like a mist across the road
But be encouraged by the sight
Where there's a shadow, there's a light

Sometimes it's good to look back down
We've come so far - we've gained such ground
But joy is not in where we've been
Joy is who's waiting at the end


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"Road to Zion" as written by Irving Berlin

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    General CommentFind the straight and narrow path, and follow it. If you go astray, look to your savior, Yahushua, for guidance! Don't become a lost sheep!
    ObiWan50on December 27, 2010   Link

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