Veteran Poet - 1,139 Points (11/07/1975 / Natonin, Mountain Province, Philippines)

Last Words Of Salvation - Poem by MELVIN BANGGOLLAY

Melvin Banggollay

Christ seven last words on the cross of calvary
speak to us great message to all humanity;
A message of hope and salvation to everybody
As he ransomed us from death of sin willingly.

He offered his life as sacrifice to save humanity
Only to give us equal chance and opportunity
to defeat death from sin that hounts everybody
As the king of darkness put us into his fury.

The holy last words of Christ before his death
On the cross that nestled his His last breath
Healed the world from sin and paws of death
As He his death give us salvation's wealth.

Every whip and turture againt his spirit and flesh
As He was brutally beaten by sinners to death,
He took them without complain in every breath
As he asked his Father to spare us from death.

There is no greater love than to die for a friend
As the Lord Jesus did on the cross to defend
Everyone from the wrath of sin and to amend
the bridge of salvation destroyed by sins of men.

His mission to save humanity when he had risen
On the third day from slumber upon a cave's den
defeated death for our salvation to be given
that we may behold eternal life forever in heaven.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, March 17, 2008

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