“The purring of the lion welcoming all the blest;
The purring of the lion greeting every guest.
The Lion of Judah purrs when all is going well.
Others snuggle closer when the great lion does stir;
Story telling comes to life with nearness of the fur.
Visions are imparted in the comfort of a tell.
The purring of the lion is the lion at ease;
The purring of the lion is ruffled by a sneeze.
The Lion of Judah purrs when resting with His pride:
Gathering together for exercise and play times,
each loves to tell Him their much practised rhymes,
Some also regaling with adventures found outside.
The purring of the lion is the sound of blessings;
The purring of the lion is near His bride’s dressings,
The Lion of Judah purrs by those for whom He cares.
The prides are invited there to gather with their keys:
All are most welcome from the lands washed by distant seas.
The lair of His kingdom is the residence He shares.”