Glory In All Things - Poem by Richard Merrell
Being justified by faith
We have peace with God through Jesus
Who gives us access to God's grace
The Lord says, 'your faith pleases'
By this grace we rejoice in hope
Of the glory of God alone
And not only so, in this
But we glory in all God hath done.
For we glory in deep tribulations
Knowing trouble doth bring a reward
Tribulation will work in us patience
As we press on for Jesus our Lord.
Now patience will work to experience
And experience works hope from above;
Hope makes us not ashamed in our hearts
Into which God's Spirit pours love.
For a good man will one scarcely die;
But God commended his love to us all
In that while we were sinners, Christ died
His blood is our justified call.
Romans 5: 1-9
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