Denis Martindale


Christ, Our Awesome Saviour! - Poem by Denis Martindale

Not one upon this Earth God made
Was like His Holy Son,
Lord Jesus Christ came to our aid,
Forgiving all we'd done...
In His Own body, took our place,
Received God's Judgment Day,
So when we look upon Christ's face,
No wonder that we pray...

For there's God's grace for all to see,
If through the eyes of faith,
Lord Jesus died on Calvary,
Triumphant, pure and brave...
And on the third day raised again,
Eternal life proved true,
Lord Jesus is the light of men,
You see, He died for you...

To think, the Cross of Christ grants love
The world has need of now,
For how else can we rise above
To all God can allow?
The Holy Spirit lived in Christ,
His daily path to guide,
So, even with Him sacrificed,
God's love still shone inside...

So aptly called, King of the Jews,
Though few to Him have bowed,
With signs and wonders came Good News,
No more the deathly shroud...
While not all know His Majesty
And prophecies decreed,
The saints who love Him bend the knee,
To pray and intercede...

That's why disciples everywhere
Acknowledge Christ as King,
To such as these, now blessed by prayer,
God's Son means everything...
Our awesome Saviour knows each heart,
The thoughts within each mind
And He proves willing to impart
God's mercies to Mankind...

So let us listen to our Lord,
Let revelation bless,
That we may stand and rest assured,
Each challenge to address...
And like a mighty army strive,
Each lost soul to reclaim,
Because Lord Jesus is alive
And mighty is His Name!


Denis Martindale, copyright November 2015.


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Topic(s) of this poem: god, holy spirit, jesus

Form: Prose Poem


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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 6, 2015



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