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TRUST JESUS TODAY
If I put you in a box to figure you out
You would not fit
And the box would split
If I put you on a scale to know your worth
There would be none to compare
No, not anywhere!
If I could measure the seas
Then I could know your depth
And if I could hug the mountains
I would know your breadth
Your wisdom is unsearchable
Your counsel unattainable
You are the Most High God,
Ruler of men
The Ancient One
You dwell on high
You sit enthroned
Above all things
Yet you lowered yourself on to the earth,
Succumbed to a virgin birth
You exchanged your royalty and deity
For a stained humanity
On the cross you took my place
And paid in full my debt of sin
So I am free to live again
I who was lost,
Am home at last!
And for ever and eternity
I will dwell with the Blessed Trinity!
©2010 Ekua Bartlett-Mingle
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