There is also an option to listen to this Easter Poem if you would like to. Just click on the link above the title of the poem. You will need to have 'Real Player' installed on your computer to hear the poem. Please also turn your sound up a bit - as it may be a little soft. Music is the song 'Full Of Wonder' by David Delgado and used with permission. To listen to his music, please visit his site Wordless Worship. You may translate the poem into your own language if you want a copy of it in its 'translated' form for yourself or for a friend you want to share it with - making sure the translation is 'accurate' though. But if you are using the 'google translator' tool I've placed on my site, you will need to check the accuracy of the translation on the google translate web page, as it may not have translated correctly - and even then you may need to copy and paste the English version line by line (as well as check the odd word for meaning and context) to get it 'more correct' as google's translate web page isn't completely accurate either. I'm sorry that it may take longer if you want this poem in your own language, but it needs to be correct because if it isn't, it will lose its meaning. Machine translators can never be as accurate as a human translator, so please do check! Also, if you want to send this page to a friend, click on the 'Share This Page With A Friend' button below - or if you want to contact me, click on the 'Email' button below. Hope you enjoy! Please Note: The mp3 is for listening on this site only - please do not download it or direct link to it. Thank you.
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JESUS' ETERNAL SACRIFICE
God almighty, our holy one
Conquering, victorious and risen Son,
Saviour, redeemer, Lord of light,
You saved me, freed me, and gave me life
Is there a way that I can repay
What it cost you, my Lord, that fateful day?
When you gave your life upon the cross
For all mankind eternally lost
For I know I could never pay the price,
The cost of your eternal sacrifice
For salvation is a gift that you freely gave
When you died and arose from the grave
The hope that came from your sacrifice
Is the hope we have of eternal life.
© By M.S.Lowndes
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If you are wanting to use this poem for children to learn and recite as speeches, you may like to consider breaking up the poem to use in parts, so that the children can learn one part of the poem each. Alternately, you can also use the shorter Easter Card Verses for this purpose as well. Easter Card Verses
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