Denis Martindale

Amazing Grace For The Human Race! - Poem by Denis Martindale

Have you surveyed the wondrous Cross... like Christ's disciple John?
Considered such traumatic loss... and thought all hope was gone?
Watched Jesus as He wore a crown... of callous thorns that day
While blood was pouring from each frown... as that crowd chose to stay?
Or heard the scoffers full of doubt... when Christ was called a King?
Or Mary's sorrows crying out... while kneeling, wondering?

With John still staring at his friend... condemned at Calvary
And asking... if this was the end... must Jesus die for me?
Those in the Spirit have been there... they've seen the Roman swords...
Yet every day they say in prayer... Christ is the Lord of Lords!
Christ is the King of Kings, indeed! The Word of God, for sure...
The Saviour sent... so He'd succeed... like none God sent before...

Amazing grace came through God's Son... His Name's worth more than gold!
The Bible says what Christ has done... is the greatest story ever told!

Denis Martindale April 2018.

The Gospel poem was shared on Revelation TV's
R-Mornings show on Friday the 20th of April 2018.


Find out more by watching Revelation TV,
the Christian channel on UK Sky TV 581
and Vision TV on Freeview channel 264.

Topic(s) of this poem: perseverance, true love, christianity, courage, easter, forgiveness, god, grace, holy spirit, jesus

Form: Prose Poem

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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 20, 2018

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