Created in Christ


Tune: Holton Holgate

('Firmly I believe and truly')

Ephesians 2 v.4-10


Here God, who is rich in mercy

For His great love wherewith He

Loved us, even when we were dead

In sins raised us, Christ our Head


For by grace you are saved, and He

Has raised us with Christ, so be

To heavenly places, there we

Sit with Christ, and blessed are, see


That in the ages to come He

Might show the exceeding, free

Riches of His grace in kindness

To us in Christ, we confess


For by grace we are saved through faith

Not of self, but as God saith

It is His gift, or our works none

But it be through Christ His Son


So no one should boast, for we be

His workmanship in Christ, we

By God created in Him to

Do good works God ordained true



  • Author: orchidee (Offline Offline)
  • Published: January 13th, 2024 03:27
  • Comment from author about the poem: A hymn-poem in
  • Category: Spiritual
  • Views: 11
  • User favorite of this poem: Accidental Poet.
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  • GenXer Shamrocker ☘️

    Beautiful 🤩

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  • Accidental Poet

    Orchi, KP and Fido were your gifts from God. 😉👍

    • orchidee

      Thanks AP. A gift of a trout. lol.

    • Bella Shepard

      We were given the gift of love, kindness, compassion and truth in Christ. May we attempt to follow hte example, to the best of our ability. Beautiful Orchi, thank you!

      • orchidee

        Thanks B. I must stop being horrid to KP then. lol.

        • Bella Shepard

          You'll score a lot of points if you do. lol

        • Goldfinch60

          Good one Orchi.

          • orchidee

            Thanks Gold.

          • sorenbarrett

            I wonder if Christ would be cool to hang out with? I mean after all if you're going to spend eternity with someone it would be nice to have something to talk about and do togeather. lol

            • orchidee

              Thanks SB. Yes lol.

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