God not only is our Creator, He, in Christ, is a wonderful Savior,
The Creator of all we can see, came down to earth from Eternity.
Christ came to die upon a cross, to be the Savior of all the lost,
And with Godís price for sin paid, in a grave, His body was laid.
The Creator became a sacrifice, paying for us the ultimate price,
Then He rose in victory over sin, creating for all New Life in Him.
For Godís Own Chosen Lamb, Jesus Christ, is The Great ďI AmĒ.
Existent prior to creating man, then chosen to finish Godís plan.
Godís Plan to redeem creation, all through our Lordís Salvation,
A salvation that is offered to none, apart from belief in His Son,
Godís Only Son, Jesus Christ, sent to the earth to offer His life,
As Godís ransom, sent for all, to redeem man from Adamís fall.
The Lord and Creator of men, was sent to save the condemned,
Condemned from the sin of one, and saved by Godís Own Son.
Reconciled to God up above, by the action of our Saviorís love,
All sinners offered life eternally, from that blood spilt at Calvary.
The Creator, both pure and just, condemned all to return to dust,
Separated from God Eternally, apart, from the Blood of Calvary,
Blood spilled from Christís side, as on the cross, for all He died,
As He faced death with its strife, to gain for sinners, Eternal Life.
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