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TITLE: Come back to me o sinner
By Uche Mmerem
11/20/04
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Please, do let me know if I am really writing poem. Do I write according to the rules guiding poetry. How do I present my facts, do I sound too plain?
Thank you.
Our Lord said
He has not come for the righteous
But for the sinners.
For he that is healthy
Has no need of a physician.

There is no sin too big that the Lord cannot forgive
Though you sins be as scarlet,
They shall be as while as snown.
Though they be red like crimson,
They shall be as wool.

You were purchased at a very high price:
The blood of the only Son of God!
If God spared him not and
gave him up for you,
What else can't he do for you?

there is no hiding away from him.
If you desire darkness to cover you,
In him there is no darkness.
For He is light and
His right hands do guide you wherever you go.

Even if you stray,
More than the father of the prodigal son,
He is ever ready to receive you
And make a feast to have you back.
For the Angels rejoice at the return of a Sinner.

...If the wicked will turn from all his sins
And keep all my stattutes,
And do that which is lawful and right,
He shall surely live.
He shall not die.

Why do you crucify yourself
Because you have sinned?
Forgive yourself for
He has aready forgiven you
By accepting to die on the cross.

You've been washed by the blood of the lamb,
And have been called out from the kingdom of darkness into light.
If anyone is in Christ Jesus
He is a new creature, behold!
Old things have passed away.
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