This poem reminds us of the significance of Easter (yes, I know it’s a bit late); it’s about Jesus!
O.K. I should have posted this back around Easter, when Mike sent it to me, but I’m not that fast. Sorry.
Anyway, this poem reminds us of the significance of the holiday we call Easter. It really has squat to do with the frivolities (bunnies, eggs) associated with it in our society.
Check out this cool poem by Mike:
Also, don’t forget to check out Mike’s new site . . . Anglican Rhymes. Very cool.
May you be reminded on this Easter that Jesus should be our all – our everything. Without Him, life lacks meaning.
Jesus gave His life for us. He alone gives us victory over death. He is my everything. Is He yours?
This Easter, may you be reminded of all Jesus has done for you.
A collection of Easter poems reminding us of Christ’s crucifixion and resurrection.
As Christians, Christ’s crucifixion and resurrection remain fixed in our minds. But as Good Friday and Easter approach, it’s good to remember the price Jesus paid for us. Mark has written some thought-provoking poems reminding us of Jesus’ sacrifice.
The Servants Way
Prelude to the Cross
A Lamb Among Wolves
Thanks you Jesus! And thank you, Mark, for the reminders.