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If Christ Be Died Not

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If Christ be died not
Then is my life but naught.
What miserable soul be I?
Hopeless, Hopeless, Hopeless I sigh.

If Christ be died not
Then in futility have we sought,
And vanity have we got;
Then mum's diffused into thin air:
My love, my joy in the devil's care,
And on earth do walk we in despair.
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Saturday, May 2, 2015
Topic(s) of this poem: salvation
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COMMENTS
Howard Savage 02 January 2016
A powerful conviction of comprehension and faith. #10
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Spock The Vegan 02 December 2015
Very thought provoking poem....10
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Sofia Kioroglou 21 September 2015
Sublime! Thank you for sharing your work! I love it!
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Glory, power and honor to Almighty God. I love it
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Indeed, if Christ didn't come to die, we are utterly hopeless and absolutely far from salvation. Praise be to God for His amazing grace and wonderful mercies! - Shim'onai
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Thomas Case 22 July 2015
Wonderful poem, hope springs eternal.
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Amen! ! Frnd a great poem
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Jude Lavu 16 July 2015
Great use of rhyme. I am an ardent fan. Keep up the good work. nice poetry
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Corazone Aquino 16 July 2015
' in futility have we sought.. and vanity have we got.. I love this here most. It spreads well Allotey.
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Charity Nduhiu 16 July 2015
Amen alleluiah. He had to conquer death for our salvation. Thank you Allotey
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