Salvation Through The Son


Tune: Ratisbon

('Christ whose glory fills the skies')

Romans 5 v.6-11


For when we no strength did have

Christ in due time came to save

He died for the ungodly

To bring us to God, so be

For scarcely for righteous man

Will one die, e'en if they can


Perhaps for a good man some

Would even dare to die, come

With a willingness of heart

To give life up, every part

But God commends His love to

Us, that we may see, e'en you


For while we were yet sinners

Christ died for us, grace confers

On us, much more then being

Justified by Him, we sing

That by His blood we shall be

Saved from wrath eternally


For if, when we enemies

Were reconciled, truth agrees

To God by death of His Son

He the holy, sinless One

Much more, now we reconciled

Shall be saved, by His life styled


Not only this, but we too

Rejoice in God now anew

Through our Lord Jesus Christ, He

The one by whom we have, see

Now received the atonement

We forgiven, repentant

  • Author: orchidee (Offline Offline)
  • Published: November 27th, 2023 03:51
  • Comment from author about the poem: A hymn-poem in
  • Category: Spiritual
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    • orchidee

      Thanks 7. Typo from me there? lol.

    • Bella Shepard

      Beautiful Orchi! What would we be willing to sacrifice for the good of another?

      • orchidee

        Thanks B, yes true.
        Got any lucre?! lol.

        • Bella Shepard

          I'm afraid the lucre jar is empty. lol

        • Goldfinch60

          Good one Orchi.

          • orchidee

            Thanks Gold.

          • Bobby O

            My mother was devout and would cherish your writes. I read from her point of view and I honor her as I set aside my skeptic habit. Back to that kind discussion on a different day.

            • orchidee

              Thanks B.

              • Bobby O

                All good.

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