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The Good Shepherd–

Jesus–the Good Shepherd–John 10

11 “I am the good shepherd; the good shepherd lays down His life for the sheep. 12 He who is a hired hand, and not a shepherd, who is not the owner of the sheep, sees the wolf coming, and leaves the sheep and flees, and the wolf snatches them and scatters them.

13 He flees because he is a hired hand and is not concerned about the sheep. 14 I am the good shepherd, and I know My own and My own know Me, 15 even as the Father knows Me and I know the Father; and I lay down My life for the sheep.

16 I have other sheep, which are not of this fold; I must bring them also, and they will hear My voice; and they will become one flock with one shepherd.

17 For this reason the Father loves Me, because I lay down My life so that I may take it again. 18 No one has taken it away from Me, but I lay it down on My own initiative. I have authority to lay it down, and I have authority to take it up again. This commandment I received from My Father.”

19 A division occurred again among the Jews because of these words. 20 Many of them were saying, “He has a demon and is insane. Why do you listen to Him?” 21 Others were saying, “These are not the sayings of one demon-possessed. A demon cannot open the eyes of the blind, can he?”

Jesus Asserts His Deity
22 At that time the Feast of the Dedication took place at Jerusalem; 23 it was winter, and Jesus was walking in the temple in the portico of Solomon. 24 The Jews then gathered around Him, and were saying to Him, “How long will You keep us in suspense? If You are the Christ, tell us plainly.

”25 Jesus answered them, “I told you, and you do not believe; the works that I do in My Father’s name, these testify of Me. 26 But you do not believe because you are not of My sheep.

27 My sheep hear My voice, and I know them, and they follow Me; 28 and I give eternal life to them, and they will never perish; and no one will snatch them out of My hand.

29 My Father, who has given them to Me, is greater than all; and no one is able to snatch them out of the Father’s hand. 30 I and the Father are one.”

31 The Jews picked up stones again to stone Him. 32 Jesus answered them, “I showed you many good works from the Father; for which of them are you stoning Me?” 33 The Jews answered Him, “For a good work we do not stone You, but for blasphemy; and because You, being a man, make Yourself out to be God.”

34 Jesus answered them, “Has it not been written in your Law, ‘I said, you are gods’? 35 If he called them gods, to whom the word of God came (and the Scripture cannot be broken),

36 do you say of Him, whom the Father sanctified and sent into the world, ‘You are blaspheming,’ because I said, ‘I am the Son of God’? 37 If I do not do the works of My Father, do not believe Me;

38 but if I do them, though you do not believe Me, believe the works, so that you may know and understand that the Father is in Me, and I in the Father.” 39 Therefore they were seeking again to seize Him, and He eluded their grasp.

40 And He went away again beyond the Jordan to the place where John was first baptizing, and He was staying there. 41 Many came to Him and were saying, “While John performed no sign, yet everything John said about this man was true.” 42 Many believed in Him there.

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Norwood the Narwhal

Hi! I’m Norwood the Narwhal,
And I’m happy as can be.
I live way far up north in the icy cold blue sea.
Canada, Russia and Greenland are close by to me.

I live with my dad and my mom and little Sissy Nan.
We’re a fun-loving close-knit happy little narwhal clan.
We have neighbors and friends and much more family;
Life down here is happy as can be.

We live in a cool cave way down deep
Where we eat yummy fish
And have a safe place to sleep.

My dad builds houses for the Narwhal community.
That’s his job and he’s good at it as you will clearly see.
He builds houses in rocks and caves tucked far out of sight,
That way we’re all safe and sound throughout the day and night.

My mom’s a busy beaver keeping house for all of us,
She cooks and cleans and does all her mommy stuff,
She keeps us in line, doing our chores
Like making our beds and sweeping up the floors
And picking up seaweed floating in from distant shores.

And when our work is done,
It’s time for friends and fun
Nan and I love to swim and play;
We dart to and fro every single day.

Molly and Billy Beluga
are our cousins who live closeby.
We have a long tusk, they do not;
But we’re related nevertheless!!

They are our besties, our special friends,
We love them through thick and thin;
Playing chase and hide ‘n’ seek
Close your eyes! And don’t you peak!

We are fast, we are agile,
We are clever and sleek.
Darting in and out
From rock to rock
Swimming and racing
Floating and chasing!!
The fun never ends
Until, of course, our moms
call us in.

Yay!!! Dad’s home from his working day
Nan and I still want to play
Grabbing him by the hand
Hugging him hard as we can
We love our dad; he’s the best
Head and shoulders above the rest!

He swings us high up in the air
We laugh and giggle
We try to tickle

But just then we hear Mom say
Wash up!! Dinner’s coming!!!
We all come running
We’re so hungry!!!

Dad bows his head to pray
We are so thankful for each day;
Yummy cod fish on the plate
We scarf it down; it’s getting late

And now beddie bye time has come ,
Our wonderful, fun day is over and done.
We say our prayers and snuggle up;
Give Mom and Dad a good night kiss
Nothing can compare to this!!

I’m Norwood the Narwhal
And now I say good night to all!!!

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Sabbath

Question: “What is the Sabbath day?”

Answer: At first glance, the question “What is the Sabbath day?” seems fairly simple. According to Exodus 20:8–11, the Sabbath is the seventh day of the week, on which we are to rest, in remembrance that God created the universe in six days and then “rested” on the seventh day. However, due to the misunderstanding and misinterpretation of some Christian groups, the meaning of the Sabbath day rest has been confused.

Some Christian groups, such as the Seventh Day Adventists, view the Sabbath as the day of worship, the day on which Christians should attend church/worship services. While these groups typically also teach that no work is to be done on the Sabbath, the concept of the “day of worship” is sometimes more emphasized than the “day of rest.” Originally, the Sabbath was a day of rest, and that purpose was retained in the Mosaic Law (Exodus 16:23–29; 31:14–16; 35:2–3; Deuteronomy 5:12–15; Nehemiah 13:15–22; Jeremiah 17:21–27). Under the Old Covenant, sacrifices were made daily at the tabernacle/temple. The “worship” was continual. And there were special commands given to Israel regarding a “sacred assembly” held on the Sabbath (Leviticus 23:3; cf. Numbers 28:9). The keeping of the Sabbath was the “sign” of the covenant between Israel and the Lord (Exodus 31:13).

The New Testament records Jews and converts to Judaism meeting in synagogues on the Sabbath (Mark 6:2; Luke 4:31; Luke 13:10–16; Acts 13:14, 27, 42–44; 15:21; 16:13; 17:2; 18:4). Obviously, with no work being done on the Sabbath day, the Sabbath day would be the ideal day to have organized worship services. However, the New Testament does not command that the Sabbath be the day of worship. The church is not under the Mosaic Law.

The church is under the New Covenant, established by the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. The Bible nowhere describes Christians setting aside the Sabbath day as the day of worship. The only Scriptures that describe Christians in any sense meeting on the Sabbath are in fact pointing to evangelistic efforts at Jewish synagogues, which met on the Sabbath day. Acts 3:2 records the early Christians meeting every day. The Bereans studied the Scriptures every day (Acts 17:11). Acts 20:7 and 1 Corinthians 16:2 both mention Christians meeting on the first day of the week. There is no evidence in the New Testament that the apostles or the early Christians in any sense observed the Sabbath day as the prescribed day of worship.

Traditionally, Christians have held their primary corporate worship services on Sundays, the first day of the week, in celebration of Christ’s resurrection, which occurred on a Sunday (Matthew 28:1; Mark 16:2; Luke 24:1; John 20:1). It is important to understand, though, that Sunday is not the commanded day of corporate worship, either. There is no explicit biblical command that either Saturday or Sunday be the day of worship. Scriptures such as Romans 14:5–6 and Colossians 2:16 give Christians freedom to observe a special day or to observe every day as special. God’s desire is that we worship and serve Him continually, every day, not just on Saturday or Sunday. Please read our other articles on the Sabbath day and Sabbath keeping to explore this issue further.

Question: “How is Jesus our Sabbath Rest?”

Answer: The key to understanding how Jesus is our Sabbath rest is the Hebrew word sabat, which means “to rest or stop or cease from work.” The origin of the Sabbath goes back to Creation. After creating the heavens and the earth in six days, God “rested on the seventh day from all His work which He had made” (Genesis 2:2). This doesn’t mean that God was tired and needed a rest. We know that God is omnipotent, literally “all-powerful.” He has all the power in the universe, He never tires, and His most arduous expenditure of energy does not diminish His power one bit. So, what does it mean that God rested on the seventh day? Simply that He stopped what He was doing. He ceased from His labors. This is important in understanding the establishment of the Sabbath day and the role of Christ as our Sabbath rest.

God used the example of His resting on the seventh day of Creation to establish the principle of the Sabbath day rest for His people. In Exodus 20:8-11 and Deuteronomy 5:12-15, God gave the Israelites the fourth of His Ten Commandments. They were to “remember” the Sabbath day and “keep it holy.” One day out of every seven, they were to rest from their labors and give the same day of rest to their servants and animals. This was not just a physical rest, but a cessation of laboring. Whatever work they were engaged in was to stop for a full day each week. (Please read our other articles on the Sabbath day, Saturday vs. Sunday and Sabbath keeping to explore this issue further.) The Sabbath day was established so the people would rest from their labors, only to begin again after a one-day rest.

The various elements of the Sabbath symbolized the coming of the Messiah, who would provide a permanent rest for His people. Once again the example of resting from our labors comes into play. With the establishment of the Old Testament Law, the Jews were constantly “laboring” to make themselves acceptable to God. Their labors included trying to obey a myriad of do’s and don’ts of the ceremonial law, the Temple law, the civil law, etc. Of course they couldn’t possibly keep all those laws, so God provided an array of sin offerings and sacrifices so they could come to Him for forgiveness and restore fellowship with Him, but only temporarily. Just as they began their physical labors after a one-day rest, so, too, did they have to continue to offer sacrifices. Hebrews 10:1 tells us that the law “can never, by the same sacrifices repeated endlessly year after year, make perfect those who draw near to worship.” But these sacrifices were offered in anticipation of the ultimate sacrifice of Christ on the cross, who “after He had offered one sacrifice for sins forever, sat down on the right of God” (Hebrews 10:12). Just as He rested after performing the ultimate sacrifice, He sat down and rested—ceased from His labor of atonement because there was nothing more to be done, ever. Because of what He did, we no longer have to “labor” in law-keeping in order to be justified in the sight of God. Jesus was sent so that we might rest in God and in what He has provided.

Another element of the Sabbath day rest which God instituted as a foreshadowing of our complete rest in Christ is that He blessed it, sanctified it, and made it holy. Here again we see the symbol of Christ as our Sabbath rest—the holy, perfect Son of God who sanctifies and makes holy all who believe in Him. God sanctified Christ, just as He sanctified the Sabbath day, and sent Him into the world (John 10:36) to be our sacrifice for sin. In Him we find complete rest from the labors of our self-effort, because He alone is holy and righteous. “God made him who had no sin to be sin for us, so that in him we might become the righteousness of God” (2 Corinthians 5:21). We can now cease from our spiritual labors and rest in Him, not just one day a week, but always.

Jesus can be our Sabbath rest in part because He is “Lord of the Sabbath” (Matthew 12:8). As God incarnate, He decides the true meaning of the Sabbath because He created it, and He is our Sabbath rest in the flesh. When the Pharisees criticized Him for healing on the Sabbath, Jesus reminded them that even they, sinful as they were, would not hesitate to pull a sheep out of a pit on the Sabbath. Because He came to seek and save His sheep who would hear His voice (John 10:3,27) and enter into the Sabbath rest He provided by paying for their sins, He could break the Sabbath rules. He told the Pharisees that people are more important than sheep and the salvation He provided was more important than rules. By saying, “The Sabbath was made for man, not man for the Sabbath” (Mark 2:27), Jesus was restating the principle that the Sabbath rest was instituted to relieve man of his labors, just as He came to relieve us of our attempting to achieve salvation by our works. We no longer rest for only one day, but forever cease our laboring to attain God’s favor. Jesus is our rest from works now, just as He is the door to heaven, where we will rest in Him forever.

Hebrews 4 is the definitive passage regarding Jesus as our Sabbath rest. The writer to the Hebrews exhorts his readers to “enter in” to the Sabbath rest provided by Christ. After three chapters of telling them that Jesus is superior to the angels and that He is our Apostle and High Priest, he pleads with them to not harden their hearts against Him, as their fathers hardened their hearts against the Lord in the wilderness. Because of their unbelief, God denied that generation access to the holy land, saying, “They shall not enter into My rest” (Hebrews 3:11). In the same way, the writer to the Hebrews begs his readers not to make the same mistake by rejecting God’s Sabbath rest in Jesus Christ. “There remains, then, a Sabbath-rest for the people of God; for anyone who enters God’s rest also rests from his own work, just as God did from his. Let us, therefore, make every effort to enter that rest, so that no one will fall by following their example of disobedience” (Hebrews 4:9–11).

There is no other Sabbath rest besides Jesus. He alone satisfies the requirements of the Law, and He alone provides the sacrifice that atones for sin. He is God’s plan for us to cease from the labor of our own works. We dare not reject this one-and-only Way of salvation (John 14:6). God’s reaction to those who choose to reject His plan is seen in Numbers 15. A man was found gathering sticks on the Sabbath day, in spite of God’s plain commandment to cease from all labor on the Sabbath. This transgression was a known and willful sin, done with unblushing boldness in broad daylight, in open defiance of the divine authority. “Then the LORD said to Moses, ‘The man must die. The whole assembly must stone him outside the camp’” (verse 35). So it will be to all who reject God’s provision for our Sabbath rest in Christ. “How shall we escape if we neglect so great a salvation?” (Hebrews 2:3).

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The Glorious One

The Lord God reigns over heaven and earth!
He is good and lovely and of infinite worth!
Who is like the Lord, Who can say?
He is glorious and magnificent in every way!

He is gentle as lamb and tender as a dove,
His heart is filled with mercy, compassion and love.
He is gracious and kind, meek and mild,
He is brave as a lion and yet innocent as a child.

He is the Word of God who took on humanity,
He is God’s humble One in servility,
He came to seek and save the lost;
He came to sacrifice Himself on a bloody cross.

He spoke of repentance and the kingdom was at hand,
This message of redemption is for every girl, boy and man.
Look to Me! Look to Me! See who I am!
The Savior of the world; God’s redeeming Man!

Mankind in sin and lost in trespass,
Filled with despair and hopelessness.
Where do we turn and find relief?
Is there any right thing or good belief?

Yes there is, there is this One;
His name is Jesus, God’s beloved Son!
Turn from sin and from death and from all evil;
Turn to the One who is able to deliver!

Jesus the Christ who died on a cross,
To deliver His own from death and great loss;
He shed His blood to set men free
And open to them the doors of eternity!

Through repentance and faith we come to Him,
And He with His blood washes away every sin.
Remembered no more and cleansed deep within,
We are His beloved, His family, His kin.

What a hope, what a promise, what glorious future,
And as He works in us, we grow and mature;
All praise, honor and glory, all adoration and love,
For the holy One of God, who descends as a dove.

He fills our hearts and builds us up,
And as we submit, with Him we will sup.
And then in His power His light we will be,
And the lost and hopeless will see eternity!!

God is good, God is great and amazing and pure.
He lays down His life our redemption to secure.
And we fall down on our knees and raise holy hands
To praise, worship and glorify this holy God-man.

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Our Lord Reigns!!

The Lord God reigns over heaven and earth!
He is good and lovely and of infinite worth!
Who is like the Lord, Who can say?
He is glorious and magnificent in every way!

He is gentle as lamb and tender as a dove,
His heart is filled with mercy, compassion and love.
He is gracious and kind, meek and mild,
He is brave as a lion and yet innocent as a child.

He is the Word of God who took on humanity,
He is God’s humble One in servility,
He came to seek and save the lost;
He came to sacrifice Himself on a bloody cross.

He spoke of repentance and the kingdom was at hand,
This message of redemption is for every girl, boy and man.
Look to Me! Look to Me! See who I am!
The Savior of the world; God’s redeeming Man!

Mankind in sin and lost in trespass,
Filled with despair and hopelessness.
Where do we turn and find relief?
Is there any right thing or good belief?

Yes there is, there is this One;
His name is Jesus, God’s beloved Son!
Turn from sin and from death and from all evil;
Turn to the One who is able to deliver!

Jesus the Christ who died on a cross,
To deliver His own from death and great loss;
He shed His blood to set men free
And open to them the doors of eternity!

Through repentance and faith we come to Him,
And He with His blood washes away every sin.
Remembered no more and cleansed deep within,
We are His beloved, His family, His kin.

What a hope, what a promise, what glorious future,
And as He works in us, we grow and mature;
All praise, honor and glory, all adoration and love,
For the holy One of God, who descends as a dove.

He fills our hearts and builds us up,
And as we submit, with Him we will sup.
And then in His power His light we will be,
And the lost and hopeless will see eternity!!

God is good, God is great and amazing and pure.
He lays down His life our redemption to secure.
And we fall down on our knees and raise holy hands
To praise, worship and glorify this holy God-man.

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Whiter Than snow

O Lord, my sin and my transgression,
My iniquity is ever before You!
My whole being infected and distorted,
Marked and marred by sin’s foul snare,
Seeping into the deepest part of me,
Scarlet stains bleeding from the inside out,
Crimson stains covering me,
O Lord, I am born in sin,
It permeates every part of me;
Before You my good deeds are as filthy rags,
There is nothing righteous or upright in or about me,
Nothing to make me desirable or worthy before You;
My mouth spills lies,
My feet spread destruction,
I am full of dead man’s bones,
My heart is deceitful and desperately sick;
My spirit is corrupt and full of darkness;
Dead in sin and transgression,
I love the darkness covering my evil deeds,
Fleeing from the light that exposes me;
Filled with shame and guilt and condemnation,
I deny such things and justify my thoughts, words and actions.
I point fingers, blame and rationalize,
I’m not so bad, not like him or her;
A little white lie, a little innocent gossip,
Twisting the truth to make myself look good,
At someone else’s expense, O well;
Everybody does it, we’re all in the same boat,
Besides I’m not so bad as that man on death row,
A surreptitious look, but not adultery,
Borrowing not returning,
But not a bank robber;
Good in my own eyes,
So I tell myself.
But when I look deep down inside,
I know , yes, I know, something is not right;
Something, yes, something is terribly wrong,
But O God, before You opened my blind eyes,
Before You unstopped my deaf ears,
Before You took my heart of stone
And put in a heart of flesh,
Before You revealed Yourself to me
In your holiness,
That was my life!
I was born in iniquity and shrouded in wickedness,
But now I know I was crimson, stained inside and out,
Filthy and pitiful, steeped in vileness and sin;
You have opened my eyes and shown me my iniquity;
You have revealed Yourself to me in Your righteous holiness,
Shining a light on my dark places and awful wickedness,
But instead of guilt and shame and condemnation,
I see nail-scarred hands reaching out to me.
How can this be; O, how can this be!
Mercy and grace poured on such a vile one as me!
A bloody Roman Cross and a man crucified there;
Forgiveness and love flowing down from above;
I’m guilty, He’s innocent,
He took my place and died for my sin,
He calls to the sin-sick, repent and trust in Me,
He calls to the weary, come and find your rest in Me,
His message of forgiveness and rest goes far and wide,
To every people, every nation, every tongue and tribe.
It came to me one day when I was not looking for Him,
I was not desiring or seeking or searching for Him.
I heard His call and my heart was changed,
In a instant, in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye;
He called me to Himself and I willingly came,
Forever transformed by His redeeming love,
He took the nails that we meant for me,
He took God’s wrath and was crushed for me,
He bled and died so that I could truly live and be free,
He did it all and He did it for me.
He is worthy, I am not;
He is perfect, I am marred and stained,
Crimson and scarlet in sin’s grasp and snare,
Now washed whiter than snow in the Lamb’s precious blood;
Crimson stain, scarlet sin now have no hold over me,
No longer seeping through me from the inside out,
A new creature in Christ, the old passed away,
Myself engraved on the palm of His hand,
Called child of God, sons and daughters of the King,
Adopted into His family, with every spiritual blessing,
Flowing down from the Father of heavenly lights,
Blessing upon blessing and grace upon grace,
Drawn closer and closer to our Savior Jesus Christ,
Invited into the very throne room of God by His blood sacrifice,
Knowing our loving Father never slumbers or sleeps,
But always hears our prayers and supplies our every need,
Covering us under His mighty, powerful, protective wings,
Conforming us to His Son’s image and making us like Him;
Until that day we go to be with Him,
In His heavenly abode around His throne,
Face to face with our blessed Jesus,
We will be like Him,
Seeing Him face to face
O what a glorious day that will be!!!
No more crimson, no more scarlet, no more sin and shame,
Whiter than snow with our blessed Jesus, our Savior and King!

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Whiter Than Snow

O Lord, my sin and my transgression,
My iniquity is ever before You!
My whole being infected and distorted,
Marked and marred by sin’s foul snare,
Seeping into the deepest part of me,
Scarlet stains bleeding from the inside out,
Crimson stains covering me,
O Lord, I am born in sin,
It permeates every part of me;
Before You my good deeds are as filthy rags,
There is nothing righteous or upright in or about me,
Nothing to make me desirable or worthy before You;
My mouth spills lies,
My feet spread destruction,
I am full of dead man’s bones,
My heart is deceitful and desperately sick;
My spirit is corrupt and full of darkness;
Dead in sin and transgression,
I love the darkness covering my evil deeds,
Fleeing from the light that exposes me;
Filled with shame and guilt and condemnation,
I deny such things and justify my thoughts, words and actions.
I point fingers, blame and rationalize,
I’m not so bad, not like him or her;
A little white lie, a little innocent gossip,
Twisting the truth to make myself look good,
At someone else’s expense, O well;
Everybody does it, we’re all in the same boat,
Besides I’m not so bad as that man on death row,
A surreptitious look, but not adultery,
Borrowing not returning,
But not a bank robber;
Good in my own eyes,
So I tell myself.
But when I look deep down inside,
I know , yes, I know, something is not right;
Something, yes, something is terribly wrong,
But O God, before You opened my blind eyes,
Before You unstopped my deaf ears,
Before You took my heart of stone
And put in a heart of flesh,
Before You revealed Yourself to me
In your holiness,
That was my life!
I was born in iniquity and shrouded in wickedness,
But now I know I was crimson, stained inside and out,
Filthy and pitiful, steeped in vileness and sin;
You have opened my eyes and shown me my iniquity;
You have revealed Yourself to me in Your righteous holiness,
Shining a light on my dark places and awful wickedness,
But instead of guilt and shame and condemnation,
I see nail-scarred hands reaching out to me.
How can this be; O, how can this be!
Mercy and grace poured on such a vile one as me!
A bloody Roman Cross and a man crucified there;
Forgiveness and love flowing down from above;
I’m guilty, He’s innocent,
He took my place and died for my sin,
He calls to the sin-sick, repent and trust in Me,
He calls to the weary, come and find your rest in Me,
His message of forgiveness and rest goes far and wide,
To every people, every nation, every tongue and tribe.
It came to me one day when I was not looking for Him,
I was not desiring or seeking or searching for Him.
I heard His call and my heart was changed,
In a instant, in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye;
He called me to Himself and I willingly came,
Forever transformed by His redeeming love,
He took the nails that we meant for me,
He took God’s wrath and was crushed for me,
He bled and died so that I could truly live and be free,
He did it all and He did it for me.
He is worthy, I am not;
He is perfect, I am marred and stained,
Crimson and scarlet in sin’s grasp and snare,
Now washed whiter than snow in the Lamb’s precious blood;
Crimson stain, scarlet sin now have no hold over me,
No longer seeping through me from the inside out,
A new creature in Christ, the old passed away,
Myself engraved on the palm of His hand,
Called child of God, sons and daughters of the King,
Adopted into His family, with every spiritual blessing,
Flowing down from the Father of heavenly lights,
Blessing upon blessing and grace upon grace,
Drawn closer and closer to our Savior Jesus Christ,
Invited into the very throne room of God by His blood sacrifice,
Knowing our loving Father never slumbers or sleeps,
But always hears our prayers and supplies our every need,
Covering us under His mighty, powerful, protective wings,
Conforming us to His Son’s image and making us like Him;
Until that day we go to be with Him,
In His heavenly abode around His throne,
Face to face with our blessed Jesus,
We will be like Him,
Seeing Him face to face
O what a glorious day that will be!!!
No more crimson, no more scarlet, no more sin and shame,
Whiter than snow with our blessed Jesus, our Savior and King!

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