Morning Star Poetry

Light Shall Shine Out of Darkness!

Revealed


By this the love of God was manifested in us, that God has sent His only begotten Son into the world so that we might live through Him.

1 JOHN 4:9

Jesus
servant, human
weeping, suffering, dying
incarnate, manifest, revealed, glorious
restoring, saving, rising
royal, divine
Christ

Poetry type: Diamante

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3 responses to “Revealed”

  1. Good morning. I wish to your and your family a most blessed thanksgiving. Your posts are always an encouragement.

    Blessings always in Christ:

    timbob

    Thanks, timbob! I hope you and your family had a wonderful Thanksgiving as well. I am a little behind on commenting. My grandma passed away and I went to her funeral just before the holidays. May the peace of the Lord Jesus Christ be with you in all things. Scotti

  2. Beautiful diamante, showing first the humanity and then the divinity of Jesus. What a wonder that God would robe Himself in a body of flesh and come to this earth to be the perfect sacrifice for our sins! I hope you and your family had a wonderful Thanksgiving.

    Thanks, Carol. I was wondering if this poem would come across the way it was meant. Jesus is fully man and fully God which can be so hard to wrap our logical minds around. What an amazing God that would step down out of heaven to save His people. Praise His Holy Name. Blessings to you, Scotti

  3. Scotti…I am blessed, so blessed by this–JESUS! And Romans 8:39 has really been on my mind. God bless you!

    Hi Cami, I just love how that verse says that the love of God is revealed in Christ Jesus. May He pour out His blessings upon you today and always. Scotti

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