Free Indeed

Posted: October 22, 2012 in Hope, Poems about God
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There once was a man who died for you and me

He hung from a carved wooden tree

He was born as a baby like you and I

If only we knew in advance, the ending of His life,

oh how we still cry

The price He paid for us all was so high

For a friend would anyone dare die

He walked as a man so pure is His heart

To set the standard of life to give us a new start

His life is a ransom to set all captives free

So all who walk in His ways are made Free Indeed

© Copyright By Bart Hickey, All Rights Reserved, 2011 and  2012

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