The Crucifixion Poem by Clarence Prince

The Crucifixion

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JESUS, from the fall of man,
By the fruit eaten, and given
Unto Adam, by the woman, Eve,
Who, the serpent had beguiled
Jesus, was the promised Lamb
A worthy and humble Lamb

With blood Powerful enough
As well as, being Holy enough
To redeem the human's race
Back, into God's Holy embrace
From sin's terrible stronghold
On eternal-life, in time of old

When sin stolen from us, perpetual-life
But Jesus' death, had lost sin its crown
Prior to Jesus' death, on Calvary's Cross
From Eden, sin reigns, constantly till then
Still, wearing its dreadful, evil crown
Until, the angel opened the tomb

Then lasting-life, begins to bloom
For Jesus arose, proving He is Boss
He pays the cost, to stop us losing life
Just believed on Him, who was crucified
That to God, by Christ, you'll be justified
For it was for us, the Lord was crucified

Comes Friday, eat your buns and cheese
As much as, you can safely eat with ease
Only forget not, Jesus who was crucified
That's the realistic reason for the reason
Jesus, the true redeemer of eternal life
For it was for us, the Lord was crucified


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The Crucifixion
Monday, March 21, 2016
Topic(s) of this poem: poetry
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
This is to remind readers that Jesus Christ suffered and died to save us, of what was lost, everlasting-life!
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Gladys Brown Prince 30 March 2016

A great write, this is a poem for the season. Christ, upon the Cross for every person, with a loud voice, He cried out it is finished. I thank God for a well done job too.

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Valsa George 27 March 2016

'For it was for us, the Lord was crucified' Yes, it was for us that Jesus suffered all the agony! With his resurrection, he won victory over death and also won for us victory over sin. Beautiful poem, Clarence! Happy Easter!

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