The Veil - Poem by Richard Merrell
The desert tabernacle
That shadow passed in time;
But never has God's temple
For God's temple is divine.
When that curtain rent in twain
From top unto the bottom;
This meant that veil, the Christ
Was torn but not forgotten.
The veil that we must enter through
Is Christ's flesh, the living way
Into the tabernacle true
That's where I stand today.
The book of Hebrews speaks of this
The writer wrote to teach them plenty,
Now I encourage you to read -
Chapter ten: nineteen and twenty.
Hebrews 10: 19,20
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