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Ever to Your Cross by Raymond A. Foss

Rising in victory,
rising from the dead
defeating sin and death
our immortal head

Ever to your cross
where you died for me
cleaving to the Christ
may I ever be

Listening to the Spirit
your voice from within
beating in my heart
telling me where to begin

Going as I am sent
just as all before me
spreading the good news of Christ
to a world yoked to sin

Ever to your cross
where you died for me
repenting of my sin
that I truly may be free

April 6, 2010
Holy Week
Alive Now Daily Reflections
for April 5, 2010 to April 11, 2010
by Nancy Ferguson (You can visit her website at www.BlueTreeResources.org)
for April 5, 2010, read April 6, 2010
“Ruler of Heaven, by Susan L. Gleason

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