Do Not Wait Until Tomorrow Poems

These Do Not Wait Until Tomorrow Poems remind us not to wait until tomorrow to do good to someone. May or may not be our tomorrow. This may be the last day of our lives so don’t wait until tomorrow to do any good deed, to do any good to anyone, to follow Jesus.


Do Not Wait Until Tomorrow


Do Not Wait Until Tomorrow

Poet: Alfred S. Rctz

Do not wait until tomorrow
If you’d make your life worthwhile.
Bring a cheer to those in sorrow,
Bless them, with a happy smile.-.
Golden moments swiftly passing
Soon will be forever gone,
Hasten then to be a blessing;
Wait not for tomorrow’s dawn.

Do not wait until tomorrow
To be true in word or deed
To your neighbour, friend and brother
Who may be in direst need.
Give your flowers and your roses
To your friends while yet in life.
Sing God’s praises, bear your crosses,
Shun all evil, sin and strife.

Do not wait until tomorrow
If you’d make your life sublime;
Grief and pain will surely follow
Wasted days and years of time.
Dearest friends will soon be missing,
And our life will soon be done;
But today while life is teeming,
Great rewards may yet be won.

Do not wait until tomorrow
To bestow a helping hand
To the many souls in sorrow
Languishing on sinking sand.
Feed the hungry, lift up Jesus,
Bring the dying to the fold;
While the day is yet before us
Gather in the sheaves of gold.

Do not wait until tomorrow —
Do what good you can today;
Richest blessings then will follow,
And your life will surely pay.
Human hearts are all around us
Who are waiting to be led
To the blessed feet of Jesus
And be fed with living bread.

Do not wait until tomorrow
For the work you have to do;
If you wait ’twill bring you sorrow
And of troubles not a few.
Oh, why should you linger longer
And consume your time away!
Christ is yours, and Heaven yonder,
If you live for God each day.


Don’t Put It Off Too Late

Poet: John C. Stutts

When you are all alone, and feeling kinder bad,
Remember there is one that can make you glad;
Just put your trust in Him, I’m speaking very plain.
He’ll drive away the gloom, and relieve the pain.

There are people in this world, who need a word or song,
To make them start to think, “Well, I am doing wrong,
I have lived a sinner, I know I’ve not done right,
But now I have decided to join you in this fight.”

I know the Lord is calling for me and all the rest
To stop our sinful ways, that we may be blessed.
So farewell baseball playing, and the movies too,
I’m out and out for Jesus and I am going through.

Now listen parents, will you? to what I have to say.
Our children and our neighbors are on the downward way;
I ask this question plainly, it’s up to me and you:
With our neighbors and children, what are we going to do?

I’ll tell you what we need, and you all know it’s true;
We need the old time power that took our parents through.
So let us come together and one another love,
That we may have this power that comes down from above.

Then we’ll be in sympathy, with those who are cast down;
Our smiles will make them happy and take away the frown,
Then we’ll join together and make the music ring.
With alto, base and tenor to our Heavenly King.

Then when we reach the city eternity to spend,
We’ll sing the song of redemption, where time will never end.
So remember what I’ve wrote, don’t put it off too late.
If you do you’ll go below to share the awful fate.


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