Chanda Lena Mondoka


Your Redeemer - Poem by Chanda Lena Mondoka

He had no beauty
He had no majesty
He had no riches

Nothing attracted us to him
We hid our faces from him
He was oppressed
Needed a hand to hold him
Just like Christ was afflicted
He opened His mouth to yell not
Nor had He forsaken us
He still embraced us
By unfair judgement He was crucified
He still held on and pled sympathy on us

Carrying our sorrows
For our transgressions
He was pierced for our iniquities
For His punishment
We endured peace
The suffering of His soul
Will bring thee light
His strength will mount wings
The iniquities He carried
The trouble of His soul
Has received healing and redemption

You will remember no more
The shame and rejection
In Him you hold a name higher and mighty
Yet He watches over you
Terror of the night you will fear no more

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Poem Submitted: Friday, May 7, 2010



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