Dr John Celes (14-2-1957 / Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India)
The Resurrection of Jesus
'I’m leaving for my Father’s house right now;
I’ll get ready a feast for God’s beloved;
I leave my Spirit here, you needn’t fear; oh,
All mankind’s sins were washed by my blood-shed! '
And Jesus comes a second time to earth!
Then, choirs of angels will not be a dearth;
He comes to judge all those who had their birth;
He takes all righteous to eternal mirth.
Oh, what a lovely God with love endless!
Our fight with devils must be quite ruthless;
Our heavenly Father’s heart has great kindness;
Should we not keep our soul, pure and sinless?
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