A Love So Strong - Poem by Royston Allen
A love so strong that He climbed up the hill
and willingly died to fulfil God's will.
A love so strong that He hung there alone
and bore the harsh wrath of God on His own.
A love so strong that He poured Himself out
crying 'Father forgive' with a loud shout.
A love so strong that He had conquered death
and interceded for us with His last breath.
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