Enter In - Poem by Richard Merrell
I have the mind of Christ
For Yeshua is my Lord,
I long for the wisdom
From His Holy Word.
The Word became Lord Yeshua
Incarnate in flesh was He
So that He could shed His blood
For our sin, and set us free.
And at the place called Calvary
Golgotha or the Skull;
They pierced His hands, His feet as well
Thus He paid the toll.
Now, Yeshua is the only bridge
That crosses over sin
He paid the price to open the way
So that man could enter in.
Into a place of love and joy
God's dwelling place in heaven
'cause by faith in Yeshua's blood
Man can be forgiven.
Acts 14: 27
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