Clarence Prince

Rookie - 482 Points (September 14 / Jamaica W1)

Easter!


Easter

Now it’s the time of the year again
When Easter is making its coming plain
Whether its date was right or wrong
Upon a tree the Saviour was hanged
A place which He was never belonged
Its Christ crucifixion that brings us Easter

Though He died of much agony and pain
Christ’s death to save us was never in vain
Evil might've thought it was making gain
Not knowing Jesus’ death was to save life
That was suffering losses from evil’s strife
Christ crucifixion brings to the world Easter

Like a humble lamb Jesus went to the cross
Where by His shed blood sin was outclassed
And made human’s death by sin to be tossed
Only by what had been done at Calvary’s Cross
Man’s life had been redeemed Jesus paid the cost
Christ crucifixion is allowing us to celebrate Easter

Now there is no need for anyone’s soul to be lost
Since Jesus Christ took the task and gave sin a blast
We all can clap our hands and jump, dance and prance
Through the great Saviour who gave us a second chance
Sin had lost by the blood of Christ now we can all dance.
By Christ crucifixion we are allowed to celebrate Easter.








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Submitted: Monday, April 07, 2014
Edited: Monday, April 07, 2014

Topic(s): Poetry


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It's the time of the year again to think over our Saviour's death and the real reason behind it!

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