' I Must Tell You This Story'

“I Must Tell You This Story'

I have, A Story I Must Tell!
Of a Prince who lived so long ago.

by Linda Winchell Click to read full poem

Comments (8)

a wise story very well penned...10++++
Oh I do agree dear sister in Christ. 'He was crucified, died and was buried. He arose again on the third day...' From His humble birth on a bed of hay in a manger that first Chirstmas day to His physical death on Good Friday and His rising on Easter Sunday He was proclaimed to be the King of the Jews, but they didn't listen to Him, or even acknowledge His holy life. But today Christianity has spread all over teh world, even to third world countries. He is God's son, and in order to reach heaven we must believe in His name for He will judge the living and the dead, and the meek shall inherit the earth. This poem tells of His birth and His physical death, so that Christ teh son of God will live on forever. A 10+++++ and thank you for sharing this inspirational message. Love & hugs, your sister in Christ our Lord, Barbara
A BEAUTIFUL POEM SAD YET TO REJOICE
this poem touched me heart, very true. very good poem! !
JESUS speaks: if three persons we speak mine with names - I am there. And when I read it, I feel the God with us... Thank you, Linda, for this a poem.... 10x10 Tsira
Linda - Our local paper just interviewed a large number of parents,60% said they would steal to have 'Christmas' for their children. Thanks for reminding us the real meaning. Blessings - Cheryl
the story always enkindles the heart man, in seach of God, gets enlightened his soul..............really superb poem... Merry Christmas.......10+, thanks for sharing
very beautiful, thanks for sharing 10