An amazing gift

by Dalton Dunlap
(Arkansas )

Ok, Now open your Bible to 1 John 3
Verse 16

It says that God so loved the world
He gave his only son
Taught him not to sin
Nailed him to a cross
Just for our sins

And then in 3 days
He rose up from the grave
He threw that stone up out the way
It couldn't contain him, man

The Roman Soldiers going crazy
When they saw that stone rolling up and d
own the hill like a rollie pollie
Oh Lord, thank you, Jesus
Hallelujah, how'd you do it?
I don't even know but I'm about to lose it

All these people throwing dirt upon your name
It's a shame Lord forgive them.

Forgive me for everything
Every second of every day
Through the destruction
You've made a way
I can't even hesitate
Lord I just want to be the man
You called me to be
And I can!
I'm praying to you Father, in Jesus' name;

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