The Cross Is Empty - Poem by Carol Cline
There's an empty cross at Calvery,
For Jesus isn't there.
He died, was buried, then rose again
To take our sins to bear. There's and empty cross at Calvery,
For Jesus returned to Heaven.
To prove to those of us who care,
Of the great love He has given. There's an empty cross at Calvery,
For Jesus is above.
He's building mansions for the Christians,
Who have accepted His precious love. There's and empty cross at Calvery,
To prove our Jesus lives.
No grater love was ever shown,
Than the salvation that He gives. There's an empty cross at Calvery,
Thank God, our Heavenly Father.
He gave His only begotten Son,
That we may live with Him forever.
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