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Gary James Smith

Rookie (Sept.22,1946 / Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario)

The Blessed holy one


Eternal life a present possession

Of all those who believe

Morning joy our sure inheritance

Until this earth we leave.

Then Christ our joy, we shall behold Him

When we meet Him face to face

Surrounded by the love of God

Who saved us by His grace.

Glory hallelujahs sing

The choir assembled in heaven

Salutations to the King of Kings

Who is the bread unleavened

Not one sin can enter in

God has deemed it so

Removed as far as the east from the west

Who washes white as snow.

Righteousness new robes we wear

Fitteded by our Tailor

Who poured out love by His shed blood

Forgiveness for the nailer

Pierced hands and feet thorn crowned brow

Marks left in His side

Redemptions proof full evidence

Nothing has He to hide.

Our risen Lord now glorified

Seated there on High

Stands welcoming saved sinners home

To whom we draweth nigh

And bowing there before His feet

Confessing with our tongue

You O Lord, alone art worthy

Thou Blessed Holy One.

Copyright Gary James Smith

May 19,2014@ 10: 50

Submitted: Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Topic of this poem: inspirational

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