Denis Martindale

By His Stripes

By the stripes of Jesus Christ
Humanity is healed,
Far more than when first realised
Once truth has been revealed...
The price is paid for all Man's sins,
God's grace is thus poured out,
His signs and wonders thus convince
To overcome each doubt...

The precious Gospel spreads Good News,
God's Spirit leads the way,
Yet after that, it's we who choose,
If willing to obey...
For Heaven waits each willing child,
The faithful drawing near,
The process means they're reconciled,
Forgiven year by year...

Salvation offered to Mankind,
Eternal Life and more,
We humbly seek until we find,
It's then that we adore...
It's then we preach for all we're worth,
Determined still to save,
To each lost soul upon this Earth,
Just what Lord Jesus gave...

Denis Martindale, copyright July 2014.

The Revelation TV website and watch now details
can be found on Google. Seek and ye shall find...

Submitted: Monday, July 21, 2014
Edited: Monday, July 21, 2014

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