All For Even Me

Poem By Joseph Blitch

Heaven is The Lord's Devine Throne above.
From the expanse above flows His Love.
Visiting the Earth His foot stool here below;
Came His Son bringing Living Water's flow.
He so loved His creation, He gave a gift.
Eternal Life in His Son; All sin He would lift.
The Son accepted The Renewed covenant laid;
Long before the First with man kind was made.
A plan made with much thought, love and care;
A promise of Father and Son; man became heir.
Surely he hath borne our griefs, all our years;
Keeping track of sorrows; bottling our tears.
The Lord hath laid on Him the iniquity of all.
Our transgressions caused His wounding tall.
Not one showed esteem as He took our due;
Chastised for peace of all; not just a few.
Stripes Yeshua received that we walk in health;
By confession we acquire His Devine Wealth.
Your merciful grace forgets sin; sets us free;
Out of your Devine Love, All You did for even me!

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Write comment. Good poem, Joseph. Read my poem, Love and Iust. Thanks

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