“BEHOLD THE GLORIOUS CHRIST!” By ‘Tosin Oloye-Oyewole.

“BEHOLD THE GLORIOUS CHRIST!”

Behold Christ in His Glory!
See His Victory at Calvary,
See His glorious resurrection
That bought me redemption.
He has risen, He reigns
As the King of all kings,
And the Lord of all lords.
Oh, see Him in His Glory!

I don’t want to remember
The thorn-woven crown,
Pierced through His brows.
It brought me much frown,
Cos when I remember
His nailed legs and hands,
It gives me much tears,
It heavily grieves my heart.

But I must remember
That His Blood that flows,
Now cleans me as white as snow,
Even in grief my heart overflows
That by His stripes I’m healed.
Yes, I must remember
To broadcast the Good News
Of the gloriously-risen King!

See Jesus in His Glory!
He is no more in the grave,
Death and hell He puts to shame
That I might be saved.
See Him in His Glory!
As He rose Gloriously,
Sitting with God His Father,
He Lives on and gives life eternal!

Behold Christ in His Glory!
Celebrate Him gloriously.
Let the whole earth rejoice
And be filled with His Glory!
Go, tell all the story
Of freedom from sins and hell
Let the story be told
Of the salvation of your soul.

Let all see in you Christ the King,
The Glorious King of all kings
The Awesome Lord of lords
Soon coming to establish
His everlasting kingdom.
Let all souls be made ready
To welcome Jesus in His Glory,
To behold The Glorious KING!

#Truth Or Dare

A 7 letter word.

Remember the table, the first corner window bench,

the girl spinned the bottle round, the driver came running on,

Random questionnaire, love song in the air,

“BEAUTIFUL’ the word came out,

I died a beat, smiled alone, throwed a stone, carried along,

Truth or dare, my eyes look there, the rocking chair movement and the giggles did fade away,

The people laughed aloud, the jokes did fight with us,

your smile’s like a radio song, I couldn’t sing along,

Questioning me offering a feed, lips all sealed up,

time runs on me, I didn’t see you and me,

the time did run on me, how could I see.

I did change I ran up from the stage, I still look behind,

and no it’s not the same,  these pictures are the same,

but feelings disappeared, 3 years a go I played truth or dare,

Now I can tell the girl…

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