Connie L. Burchett

Rookie (October 26,1950 / Topeka, Kansas)

Take Me To The Cross - Poem by Connie L. Burchett

Take Me To The Cross


Take me to the cross:
Where He hung on that tree.

Take me to the cross:
Where He carried my burden of sin.

Take me to the cross:
Where He bore all my trangressions.

Take me to the cross:
Where He was bruised for my iniquities.

Take me to the cross:
Where He suffered and died so i could be free.

Take me to the cross:
Where His blood flowed to wash away my sins.

Take me to the cross:
Where He healed me of my diseases.

Take me to the cross:
Where I can cling to Him there.

Take me to the cross:
Where I will never forget what He has done for me.

Take me to the cross:
Where I can give myself to Him.

Take me to the cross:
JESUS! Come and meet me here.



April 1,1999


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, March 27, 2008



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