"His Last Walk" as written by and Craig Edward/frisby Mabbitt....
Not many know how much you did, when you walked on broken feet to save us,
This is your last walk, but its not the end, and with faith in hand, your
Not the only one, so c'mon c'mon, your not the only one, let's help get
This point across, what are you waiting for?

Let's get this point across
While we still have the time, lets get it across, lets get this point
Across and live eternal life, lets get it across


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"His Last Walk" as written by Eric Anthony Lambert Craig Edward Mabbitt

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    General Commentand methtical:
    wow. how long did it take you to figure that one out?
    monkeh42on September 19, 2008   Link
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    General Commentthis song is definitely about religion. christianity in particular.
    "Not many know how much you did, when you walked on broken feet to save us"
    -This is talking about when Jesus was walking on bare feet with the cross on his back. he did it all to save us from ouselves. not many people understand.
    "this is your last walk, but its not the end, and with faith in hand, your not the only one,"
    -talking about sharing faith. it may seem like the end, and like you are the only one, but you aren't.
    "so c'mon c'mon, your not the only one, let's help get this point across, what are you waiting for? Let's get this point across"
    -He wants us to get the point of eternal salvation across to other people.
    "while we still have the time, lets get it across, lets get this point across and live eternal life, lets get it across."
    -We do not have much time to share our faith. so we have to share it, so others can find what we have found, eternal life.

    any other suggestions?
    taterdaton November 26, 2007   Link
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    General Commentnope your pretty much nailed it in the head
    XxnoxRemorseXxon January 09, 2008   Link
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    General CommentYeah, I agree with taterdat. Definitely a Christian song revolving around sharing the news of Jesus.
    x_sleepwalker_xon January 31, 2008   Link
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    General Commentsong is awesome. great way to clos e out the CD.
    kyleeeon June 03, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI'm Starting To Think That Blessthefall Is A Christian Screamo Band
    Methtical07on September 05, 2008   Link
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    General Commenttaterdat i think you hit it right on, except one part. the "this is your last walk part" i think isn't talking about sharing the faith, but i think it's relating to Jesus' last walk with the cross, like you mentioned earlier, and how he calls us to do the same (take up your cross and follow me). and how doing that has is kinda like your last walk, and for some people it was, like those missionaries in i think africa who were martyred, but it's not the end, cus you'll go to heaven. and you're not the only one cus there are people all over the world doing that.
    monkeh42on September 19, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI'm sorry, but this is unhelpful propaganda, christian music is supposed to teach good values but I never hear christian music saying we should stop bombing innocents in false wars or to stop sweatshop labor, no actual positive message, just some vague theme that doesn't specify what they stand for, what they want to actually promote other than Christianity which has created wars around the world causing millions of lives to be lost. For examples of bands that use their celebrity status as something to put out a message about something, here's some:
    Flobots
    System of a Down
    Rage Against the Machine
    30 Seconds to Mars (A Beautiful Lie Music Video)
    Ligaron January 11, 2009   Link
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    General Commentsuch a funking great song
    EndingStoryon January 28, 2009   Link
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    General CommentLigar.....really? are u serious?? just because the music is christian screamo doesnt mean it has to say anything about good values......it just has referances to christianity and the christian views in the bible.......and the reason isnt to promote christianity either.....its just a subject that some people feel very strongly about and when a christian screamo band comes around like BTF or TDWP...the lyrics are about christian beliefs in general....sometimes EXTREMLEY vague christian references but its just a music genre is all....its not technically christian music like gospel or anything.....just a sub-genre of screamo that happens to have some ties to christianity
    jerryhodakon February 07, 2009   Link

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