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MERCY


Jesus endured more pain and suffering
Then we can't begin to portray on the cross.
No description by man can do Him justice
Of the value to His wisdom, love or loss.

The sound of the whip lashing His flesh
The crown of thorns piercing His head.
These are the wounds Jesus suffered
Before He was nailed to the cross and dead.

Jesus perished for our wrongs and evils
So we could be forgiven for our sins.
When we believe in Christ as our Savior
A new life for the reborn begins.

The Bible teaches God chose not to judge us
By what our deeds or thoughts deserve.
We call that mercy in addition to grace
Till we wake up say thank you and serve.



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Submitted: Wednesday, August 06, 2014

Topic of this poem: faith


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