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 My Journeys End
His name arrived before He came
To town of mine that had no shame
Where many said this man that heals
Would come to state Heavens appeal

Return we did and with great haste
Only to find I was too late
For He had come and left to speak
His words to all five thousand weak

Rush we did to no avail
Missing once more footsteps I trailed
Just short a day when I arrived
To see the bondage He had untied

Again with speed on foot we trailed
As fast I thought I would prevail
But word would come of trial given
Unjust and scourged, for man forgiven

Then finally beheld my eyes
Where all was left were those who cried
Below His feet A woman held
Kissing what walked and came to tell

My eyes would rain great tears this day
On cross before my heart now played
My journeys end to see at last
What would succumb on cross to cast

His love for man that shadowed all
His blood that ran upon the floor
To save not one, nor two or three
Where stood I wretched on bended knee

His words today still ring in ears
Of mine though gone He's still right here
Inside my heart who comes today
To say JESUS, you too can save


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