Winifred Sutton Mayo

(Coatesville, Pennsylvania, USA)

The New Creature - Poem by Winifred Sutton Mayo

A new creature, um hum, healings are taking place over the entire body, um hum.
Not just the individual body, but the entire body of
Christ Jesus. A new creature in his name, um hum, no longer the same
as before. Accepting Jesus as Lord, inviting Him to make His abode in our hearts, um hum, we get them.
Jesus has promised that they would make their abode in us,
He and our Father. If we bury the old man daily, we remain new creatures. New creatures in Christ Jesus. Um hum, his healings are taking place, taking the place of sickness, loneliness, depression, hatred, malice, envy, strife, um hum. A new creature, um hum.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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