Ryan David Ginsberg

Rookie - 0 Points (5/31/1993 / San Luis Obispo, CA)

He Is Risen - Poem by Ryan David Ginsberg

Jesus of Nazareth, the man of many miracles
Fully God who came to take the flesh of fools
To live a life filled with demons
Saving men drowning in sins
The Man who came to fulfill the prophet
But so few were able to recognize it
The Man who allowed the blind to see, the crippled to walk
Cleansed the lepers, and allowed the mute to talk
Given God's command since His birth
To bring Heaven's kingdom to earth
Spreading His love through the nations
Giving each man his rations
Birthed from a virgin, bestowed God's only son
Coming down to earth so God's will could be done
Living life tempted like us
Showing perfection can be done through God's trust
Even with knowledge of Judas' betrayal
And knowing He was seen through eyes of denial
Knowing all the torture He'd go through
He never flinched because He so loved me and you
And even as He was nailed to the cross
Not a single ounce of love was lost
And as He took His last breath
And He came closer and closer to death
He still cried out with precision
He cried out for us to be forgiven
For we do not know what we have done
That we had just killed off our God, His son
But three days later, when His tomb was visited
Mary came to find that He had risen
Our King once again walked the land
Showing that even death was under His command
Our Lord, our Savior is risen
And new life we are given
Our Lord is risen
And all our sins are forgiven
Our Lord is risen
And we are no longer controlled by sin
We are set free
We are set free
For our Lord is risen
He is risen

Comments about He Is Risen by Ryan David Ginsberg

  • Tammi Celina Lyons (6/8/2012 7:14:00 AM)

    This is very good. I love this poem of yours, it got to me. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 8, 2012

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