LORDS DAY MORNING.

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Wilmas
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LORDS DAY MORNING.

Post by Wilmas » Wed Jan 20, 2016 5:47 pm

You went to the table and spoke of the Saviour
The dear Man of sorrows who died on the tree.
Who bore all God's judgement and purchased our favour
Who suffered in anguish the captives to free.

You handled the loaf and this is a token
Of Christs Holy body, bruised, smitten and torn.
Once marred and sore wounded, though no bone was broken
Once nailed to the cross, His head circled with thorn.

You lifted the cup and you poured out the wine
Which speaks of the blood that the Lord freely shed.
Precious blood of the Saviour, a Victim divine
Blood shed at the cross when He died in our stead.

This helped us to worship and think of the Master
To worship our God in the holies above.
The rest of the week we can now follow faster
The One we've remembered, the Saviour we love.

Another one of our late brothers poems (Danny)
May I take this opportunity to wish all a very happy and healthy New Year
Margaret.

Shirley Baucom
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Re: LORDS DAY MORNING.

Post by Shirley Baucom » Wed Jan 20, 2016 9:41 pm

Absolutely beautiful, meaningful poem Margaret! Thank you so much for sharing
Blessings, Shirley

Wilmas
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Re: LORDS DAY MORNING.

Post by Wilmas » Thu Jan 21, 2016 4:55 am

Thank you Shirley. Good to be back. Been some time since I wrote anything new but I have managed to put my poems into a little booklet. (Clever me) What say you. Have a great New Year. Margaret.

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