The Two Cords - Poem by Richard Merrell
There are two cords in Scripture
The first one speaks of death,
A silver cord which breaks
When a man draws his last breath.
The second cord is scarlet
And speaks of Immanuel's blood
By which there is escape from death
'neath Calvary's cleansing flood.
Ecclesiastes 12: 6,7; Joshua 2: 15-21
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