Connie Gronau Ludolff

(Christmas, Florida, USA)

The Name Of Jesus - Poem by Connie Gronau Ludolff

At the name of Jesus every knee should bow,
It's now always possible somehow.
It was taught it's OK to bow your head,
Whenever the name of Jesus is said. When singing a hymn or saying a prayer,
You can bow your head no matter where.
If someone asks, "Why do you bow your head?" Tell them in reverence that Jesus is not dead. We're thankful He died for our salvation,
Spread His word to every nation.
Jesus, Master, Savior, Friend,
Worship Him 'till time shall end. Then, when with Him in heaven above,
For eternity give Him your love.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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