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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 2 – Intermediate)
Topic: Memory (07/10/08)

TITLE: Remember and Return
By Scott Hesch
07/11/08


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Do you remember the times that He ran after you while you were running away?
Do you remember about how He died for you to forgive all your yesterdays?
Divine blood was spilt on Calvary, for all of us, that includes you.
He died to forgive your yesterdays, and all your tomorrows too.

Do you remember saying your prayers, by the boat down in the Bay?
Do you remember the lessons you learned, early morning every Sunday?
You’d pray but you didn’t really know to whom you were praying to
Monday comes round, you forget all you learned: why not be a Christian then too?

Why did you leave Him? He’d never leave you.
How could you leave Him? You’d say you’d stay true.
Were you truly saved? Did you know saving faith?
You were washed in the water, but did it wash away the taint?

Remember His Grace! Remember sinner’s fate.
Remember why He’d die, to make you a saint.
You’ve been going to church ever since you were three.
But can you recall these things, or did you lose your memory?


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Sara Harricharan 07/17/08
Your title certainly fits this piece! I liked the third verse the best, so much truth in it. Great job! ^_^
Terry Walker07/21/08
Excellent prose. Truth in the words and excellent poetic form.