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But God

by C D D © 2020

The tear-dotted tie he wore with man's pride
standing before us we watched as he cried.
He spoke of a song that struck at his core.
Lyrics that moved him like God did before.
"Open to Ephesians" We circled "But God..."
brought back to the path that Jesus once trod.
"...Who is rich in mercy.." tears traveled his face,
he spoke of a Saviour of mercy and grace.
He told of a boy wanting to be saved,
a backsliding Christian he later behaved.
But God, once again, heard a young man confess
separating his sins as east is to west.
"By grace are ye saved through faith..." says the Word.
It has never been works despite what you've heard.
The Bible stands firm and filled with such truths,
Saving us all from our once sinful youths.

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