Larry Loudliar

Robin Aylor

1st Peter 2:So put away all malice and all deceit and hypocrisy and envy and all slander. 2 Like newborn infants, long for the pure spiritual milk, that by it you may grow up into salvation— 3 if indeed you have tasted that the Lord is good.

Larry Loudliar was a lazy loom

Larry spent lots of time in his lascivious room

Larry laid low when there was lots to do

He was lethargic and lax and he never followed through

 

His quarters were littered and layered with dust

At his laptop he'd just sit there and rust

He’d lurk and linger, he'd look and he'd lust

He’d lavish every link, where he once had disgust

 

Larry loved to go to the lake

Larry liked lots of liquor that he would take

Larry laid out loaded till his legs would bake

But Larry had no job so he never was late

Jesus loved Larry though his religion was kiboshed

His clothes were un-washed, his breath smelled of pot

For us all who like Larry, lacking and lost

Jesus died on a cross, he paid our sin’s cost

 

So Larry Loudliar was forgiven of sin

By the Lord he now loves, who rose again

His breath is a little sweeter, his room is still not quite clean

But his direction has changed 100 degrees!