Just A Little

I Corinthians 15:54-58, II Corinthians 5:8

The Bible has much to say about death. Death for the child of God is nothing more than the vehicle that transports us to our eternal home. Death is scary, intimidating, unknown, and brings separation. We know that our loved ones are in a much better place and are no longer suffering, but it still hurts to see them go. We know that we will see them again, but we still miss them terribly. I wrote this song for a family very dear to my heart when they lost a lady who had been a wonderful Christian mother and grandmother. I wrote it from her perspective once she stepped foot in heaven. If our loved ones could tell us anything, I believe they would tell us that everything is perfect and we will all be together again in just a little while.

I’m gone for awhile, but just a little
It’s okay to cry, but just a little
Honestly, I hope I’m missed
I promise you better days than this
He’ll trade your tears for heaven’s bliss
In just a little while

Because right now I’m in the arms of Jesus
I am home and I’m feeling fine
No more pain, there is no more crying
The battle’s done, and victory is mine
He’ll call your name
Then you’ll come running
And I can’t wait to see your smile
Together again, it will happen
In just a little while

It’s okay to grieve, but just a little
Death will scare you, but just a little
We are more than conquerors through Him
Remember we’ll be together again
Hand in hand, forever will be begin
In just a little while

Because right now I’m in the arms of Jesus
I am home and I’m feeling fine
No more pain, there is no more crying
The battle’s done, and victory is mine
He’ll call your name
Then you’ll come running
And I can’t wait to see your smile
Together again, it will happen
In just a little while

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