Patricia Kelley

(March 11 1957 / Oklahoma)

Jesus Christ Has Risen


Arise, my savior has risen.
Listen!
He's no longer entombed.
The rock has been removed.
We're no longer doomed.
His stripes are healed.
Not one of His bones or legs was broken.
They pierced his side with a spear.
Blood and water poured from His side.
It's been revealed.
Jesus Christ is, and was, the Son of the Living God.
There's proof in the scripture.
This is all fulfilled in the scripture.
The message is clear.
They divided my clothes and cast lots for my garments.
The evidence nullifies any arguments.
And, so scripture was fulfilled.
There was nothing unfulfilled.
The Son of God would be rejected by man.
This was all part of God's imminent plan.
Jesus Christ has risen!

Submitted: Sunday, March 17, 2013

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John 19: 36 These things happened so that the scripture would be fulfilled.

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