Free At Last. - Poem by Donald Yates
An annoying thing since time began
Besets man this thing called sin.
And on the horizon he sets sail
His fate in time will be to fail.
But one so blameless stood above
And gave it all out of love
He stood before man and beast
Captured sin and judged it least.
Free at last, we are free at last
Free from man’s offensive past
Free from things of yesteryear,
No more Satan’s grave to fear.
He waits above looking down
He sees those who are found
He waits for you patiently
He sends the light for you to see.
I saw the light, I saw the light
Thank God above I saw the light,
No more doubt no more fright,
Jesus Christ gave me sight.
I once was blind but now I see,
It’s great to know that I am free.
Now I’ll go into the earth
And face it all in my rebirth.
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