Dearest Dee, this is just beautiful. Yes, we all are responsible for His death, for we all have sinned. Yet He loved us enough to lay down His life for us. Now we must pick up our lives and live for Him. I love you, Sharon
You know, Dee, I had never thought that perhaps the little girl Jesus raised to life might have been a witness to the cross that day. Surely there were many there whom Christ had healed and fed. Thanks for sharing. Thomas
I love the imagination on this poem. I feel the same way, that there were many there, at the cross, watching as Jesus was nailed and the cross was plunked into the ground. The crying that must have gone on, by the children, the women, and some of the men whose lives Jesus had touched. Those things are left to our imagination, but I am sure there were hundreds who were crying for Jesus. Thanks for this great piece of imaginary story. I love it.
Unique perspective and wonderful message. I love how the children of God are focusing upon the Cross as Easter celebration approaches. This is a beautiful poem with a beautiful message. God bless you both. In Christ, Christian
Precious Dee - This is so tender and inspiring. I had not thought either about the children whose lives had been touched by Jesus might be there witnessing His death. Thank God there was a second part to the story: His resurrection! This is a lovely poem. In Christ's Love,