Luenta Heine

(july23 1992 / majuro hospital)

son of man


he is the son of man
borned by a virgin
grew up as a carpenter
and a preacher
he was send from up above
he walked miles and miles
crossed rivers to river
mountains to mountain
deserts to desert
place to place
to preach the gospel
he cured illness people
and did lots of things
we are not able to do
he sacrifice himself for our sins
to show how much he loves us

Submitted: Tuesday, September 08, 2009

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