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Jesus is Who?
by Thurman L Faison
Tuesday, October 05, 2010
Rated "G" by the Author.
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The answer to this question is of great significance


Fathom this if you can
The scriptures call him Son of Man

History leaves us no maybe
Jesus came as a baby

Absorbed our debt and bore our sin
He came indeed from the ranks of men

When he rose  in  the form of man
He appeared to disciples to show his hand

Ascending he went to heaven above
Having sealed and confimed the Father's love

Now exalted at God's right hand
Sits the one  called the Son of Man 

The connection with him cannot be doubted
All our enemies have now been routed

Transgressions, regression and pulling away
From fear of God's wrath on Judgment day
These concerns can no longer stay

Because All along God  had a  plan
To let  Man sit at his right hand

 

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Reviewed by Louisa Dobbins 10/5/2010
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