Fragrant Burning - Poem by Mark Walters
Fragrant burning was ignited,
When the offering of my life,
Got Almighty God excited,
Ending all my sin and strife!
Flames licked up my life's desires;
A sacrifice that set Him free,
To light and burn revival fires,
His burning love ablaze in me!
I'm He that died and rose again,
And behold, I live forever more,
To free the captive sons of men,
If they'll only open up the door!
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