Royston Allen

Who Am I? - Poem by Royston Allen

I'm a sinner who has been saved by grace
and privileged to see my Saviours face.
There is nothing more that I claim to be
But praise God, nothing less am I in He.

The price was paid when Christ purchased me
and suffered in my stead and set me free.
No longer confined to this world am I
but seated in heaven with Him on high.

Chosen before creation had begun,
predestined and adopted as His son.
Redeemed by the blood of Jesus my Lord
included in Him by the truth of His word.

A guaranteed inheritance to be revealed
for by the Holy Spirit it has been sealed.
Part of the new body of Christ am I
and will be with Him in heaven when I die.

My name is written in His heavenly book
for the whole of creation to have a look.
Written by my Lord Who so loved me.
In Christ I am and I will always be.

Poet's Notes about The Poem

Written after a sermon on Ephesians 1

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, May 13, 2012

Poem Edited: Tuesday, December 25, 2012

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