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29 March 2013


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A powerful poem, Emma. Thanks. It is through love that God sent his only son Jesus Christ to die for our sins.

The love that is unconditional, the love that no money, silver, gold or diamonds can buy.

So what can we give to God in return for this endless love? I believe its our lives that we have to offer as living sacrifice.

I'm pretty sure many of us have watched the movie "Endless Love" and I believe some of us have dropped some tears.

But excuse me, it would be better or even much better if those tears were dropped for a true love (the love of God). A love that is endless and that will last for eternity.

Very true. God send his son to die for our sins on the cross of Calvary just for you and me to be saved. No matter what we do, say, act, or think, He still forgives and forgets.

It is sad that most of us don't care about what we are doing in our daily lives either of good or evil. We only turn to him when we face hardships or problems.

You'll hear people saying that,when you ask God for help,he gives problems instead of solutions. God gives us problem just to draw us near to Him.

The poem above states everything that was done on the cross for us all. A magnificent poem Emma!

Well written, Emma.
The essence is captured.

Thank you for reminding us Emma. A good Easter poem.

And with good use of technique too.

Thanks Emma for the wonderful poem. Yes Christ is innocent and sinless. He is God who doesnt know about sin.

But he came down to our level and died for our sins. What are we going to do in order to appreciate his death?

Simple! Just come to him just as you are and he will forgive your sins. He doesn't need anything from us. He just wants our souls to be given to him.

Thanks Jesus for your death on the cross and now I know that all my sins are forgiven. I need to come to him for forgiveness.

Thanks Emma for this wonderful poem.

Thank you Emma, for this beautiful poem.

Yesterday I attended my cousin's funeral and we were reminded of the great stories of Jesus, especially the story of his raising of Lazarus.

I have known the love of God throughout my fortunate life.

This is a great poem for Easter Friday, when we remember what the world did to Jesus, the Son of God.

A magnificent Easter poem Emma.

Forget the chocolates eggs and rabbits and commercial exploitation.

If Easter means anything true and genuine, it is this.

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