Two Bible Poems about God’s Sovereignty and Servant Leadership
When God sent Jesus Christ, His Son,
He knew the battle’d not been won.
He knew His Son’d be crucified,
Deserted – left alone – to die.
He also knew that He’d be raised,
And from that deed, He would be praised.
He knew of all the Christians who
Would live for Him – be martyred, too.
He knew that in the end He’d save
Those who stood firm – through trials, brave.
He knew with Him in Heav’n they’d live,
And to you, too, that Life He’ll give.
Help Me Serve
Lord, help me have a Missions-mind,
Lord, help me, myself, to You, bind.
Help me do what You want me to,
Always, forever, follow You.
I want to serve You with my life,
And help keep others out of strife.
I want to lead people to You,
And help them do what they should do.
Lord, help me serve where’er I should,
And do for You, Lord, all I could.
Help me forever follow You,
My life, in You, Lord, continue.
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