Steven Reeve


Do You Not See Him - Poem by Steven Reeve

In a stable, He is born,
Do you not see Him?
Look as they lay their gifts before Him,
The once and forever King.

On a donkey He comes,
Do you not see Him?
Look as they lay palm leaves before Him,
The once and forever King.

A cross he carries,
Do you not see Him?
Look as they lay their scorn before Him,
The once and forever King.

There nailed to the cross,
Do you not see Him?
Look as He lays forgiveness before you,
The once and forever King.

From the tomb he has risen,
Do you not see Him?
Look as He lays death in the grave,
The once and forever King.

On a mighty steed He comes,
Do you not see Him?
Look as He lays waste His enemies,
The once and forever King.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 6, 2010

Poem Edited: Monday, December 6, 2010


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