An opinion from one who merely dabbles with poetry.
I love the cadence and rhyming.
A possible suggestion is to add another stanza after "Death ignites" that would tell what death ignited. I know you address that in other stanzas, but this might be a good place to add to it.
Even though the following lines maintain the rhyming pattern, and I think I know what you meant to say, I wonder about the meaning.
Our Risen Lord
The meaning here as one reads it is in direct opposition to the fact. Our Lord defeated death, but that reads as just the opposite. So you would have to add something to clarify it. Perhaps,
By our risen Lord
Since Strength Love and Wisdom Life are different concepts, I would use a comma between them. Also, I'm not sure if this still holds, but in the past, it was my understanding that authors should try not to use the topic of the week as a title. With such a beautiful poem, I'm sure you could come up with an equally beautiful title to fit it.
You did a super job of describing man's fall and ultimate redemption.