Ellen Bailey Poems
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Without Jesus

by Ellen Bailey

Without Jesus, where would we be?
Our souls would be like vapor, without reality
The animated body of clay we carry around
Would be no more than just a piece of ground

Because Calvary happened so long ago
Some say this we no longer need to know
They say Jesus was just an ordinary man
That all His teachings should be banned

But Jesus died at Calvary for you and me
So that we could visualize our own destiny
In His image and likeness we have all been cloned
Without Him, we would all be just a bag of bones

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