The Lilly (Of Salvation)

Poem By Jesse Wood

Thousands of freshly cut lilies in bloom
Signify life and a promise of peace
Three days gone by then they opened the tomb
Christ Jesu arise, from sin you release
From flower so precious, falls lone raindrop
Reminds all who love ye to praise thy name
Prince full of glory and love that shan't stop
Precious Lord Jesus ye healèd the lame
Lilies so white without blemish or mark
Son of the Father ye loosèd the chain
Heart led by peace, ye destroyed Prince of Dark
Death upon Calv’ry, left children unstained
Lilly that shines like the Halo of Lamb
Lord Jesus, descendant of Abraham

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