Gary James Smith

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

The Unblemished Lamb

The Unblemished Lamb

The unblemished Lamb as a sacrifice

Came to Calvary

The sinless, spotless, son of God

Would shed His blood for me

In my hopeless lost condition

He came to seek and save

He took God's wrath upon Himself

And went to an early grave

But that did not diminish His power

But showed His power much more

For three days later He would arise

And prove He was the Door

Through which if we would enter in

And trust Him for salvation

We would be forgiven for all our sins

By the Ruler over all the nations

Satan thought he had had last laugh

But last laugh he had not

For look what great salvation this

That our God hath wrought

For in the Son God blessed the world

In that He sent Him to die

We do not go about in fear

But 'We're Saved! ' is our cry!

So bless You Lord, O bless You Lord

In spite of insurrection

You have raised up Christ from the dead

To become our Resurrection

In Him we live, in Christ we stand

All glory be Thy name

We're marching on to Zion's land

Thank God Lord Jesus came!

Copyright March 29,2013,3: 10 a.m.

Gary James Smith

Submitted: Friday, March 29, 2013


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