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Easter Poems

No Other Way
The suffering of Christ for our salvation.
Holy Clay
A poem well suited for Easter as it views Christ's pierced hands and reminds us that we can pierce them again with wrong attitudes and actions.
He is Risen Up
Romans 8:34 Who is he that condemneth? It is Christ that died, yea rather, that is risen again, who is even at the right hand of God, who also maketh intercession for us.
Lead Me To The Cross
Inspired after seeing the Easter play written, directed and performed by our youth group!
The Stairway to God
Sunrise service on the ocean. The most incredible Easter morning I ever experienced...
He's Been There
When you get discouraged by life's struggles, remember the sufferings of Christ as He traveled the road to Calvary and know that He understands and that He suffered because He cares.
When I See a Cross
A fellow Christian once voiced disapproval of the cross being a popular symbol of Christianity since a cross represents suffering and death. This poem addresses the sufferings of Christ on the cross but also what I get to experience because of it.
Lord, How Marvelous You Are!
Your love, O LORD, reaches to the heavens,your faithfulness to the skies" (Psalm 36:5).
No Man
(Mary said,) "Sir, if you have carried him away tell me where you have put Him. Jesus said to her, "Mary". John 20:15-16