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On This Day
by J.L. Day
Sunday, April 08, 2007
Rated "G" by the Author.
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On this day,


a life was lost.


On a rocky hill,


on a wooden cross.


 


The earth quaked


and the heavens shook;


Did anyone notice?


Did anyone look?


 


A temple fell,


 It was rendered asunder.  Lightening streaked and the sky boomed thunder.


Far above and beyond the skies; pride, joy and sorrow join as heaven sighs.


Oh what sorrow must have been felt; what a horrible hand, to your Son, have dealt.


No greater gift, his only begotten Son; our salvation was granted where there could


have been none.


 


Upon the earth,


No darker day.


He came because


He had to, to


Show us the way.


 


Even his life could


End but in death.


But the miracle


Unfolds at the


Very next step.


 


Such a horrible


Deed, it had to


Be done.  For


In such a death


Our victory


Was won.


 


 


 


2007 J.L. Day


 


 


 


 


 

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Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 4/8/2007
This was just beautiful to read. So very inspirational, touched my heart. Thank you.

Be safe,
Karen
Reviewed by Barbara Smith 4/8/2007
A beautiful penned poem...I felt such compassion from the voice contained within this writing. Thank God for His precious son, Jesus Christ, His death provided Christians an eternal life!
Reviewed by J M 4/8/2007
OUR VICTORY WOn indeed he conquered death and gave us grace, peace and eternal life to those that will believe,..... Thank you for sharing your poetic voice and faith this Joyous Easter Day!

Joselyn
Reviewed by richard cederberg 4/8/2007
"But the miracle
Unfolds at the
Very next step."

Yes indeed Jeff ... His resurrection is what gives all men, who believe, a future in Him. And what an incredible future it will be. Poignantly penned. Welcome back!

Light and Wisdom ...



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