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Seriously Salvation

Updated on December 19, 2011

You will find Him lying in a manger, wrapped in swaddling clothes.

Seriously Salvation

Shall we gather at the river?
Let the water wash our souls,
Salvation freeing us from the bondage of flesh.
Shall we walk among the living,
preparing for our future journey
into the great unknown?
Let the spirit dwell in your heart
that pushes selfless love toward others
while it keeps you steadfast.
The Shepard's call, it is eternal,
everlasting for all of time.
Be baptized with the blood,
that saves all from the damnation,
the fiery bowels of hell.
Let the spirit fill you and cleanse you,
with the promise of a new beginning.
May it help you always through your times of sinning.
Because you have chosen to take the leap
you are sure to go forward winning.
Touched by His grace, mercy and love
it will always come from our God above.
Merry Christmas to all
and bless you friends that you
do not stumble and fall.
And if you do, don't forget
salvation is there to be had yet.
It's never too late to ask the Lord
to bless you, His love remains forever and ever.

Author: Arthur,lol



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      Pastor Dr. Carlotta Boles 5 years ago from BREAKOUT MINISTRIES, INC. KC

      Wonderful, beautiful, poem. Thank you! Voted-Up!

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      Rebecca Mealey 5 years ago from Northeastern Georgia, USA

      Thank you for a beautiful poem with a beautiful message. Merry Christmas to you also.

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      Artin2010 5 years ago from Northwestern Florida, Gulfcoast

      Thank you lifegate for the uplifting comment. Jesus is the reason for this season! Blessings fellow hub writer.

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      William Kovacic 5 years ago from Pleasant Gap, PA

      "His love remains forever and ever." Such a simple statement, but yet so profound. Thank you--and a blessed Christmas to you as well.