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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 2 – Intermediate)
Topic: Week(s) (02/10/11)

TITLE: His last farewell
By Norma-Anne Hough
02/17/11


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The crowds cheered Him
Bowing down low
Waving their palm branches
Singing hallelujahs to the King

Gathering His men around Him
They sat and partook of their last meal
He shared His heart with them
They just didnít understand

In the garden
He asked them to watch and pray
While He went on ahead
They slept, while He agonized with God

The soldiers arrived with Judas Iscariot
Peter tried to intervene
Jesus went meekly
Understanding the Fatherís plan


Horrified His disciples watched
As He was beaten and vilified
They darenít intervene
Jesus kept silent

They watched as Jesus dragged
His Cross
To the hill
As Calvary

As His life blood flowed
Forgiveness for all mankind
Flowed from Heaven
To earth

He gave up His spirit
To His Father
Who wrapped Him in
Heavenly love

He is my Lord
And saviour
I owe Him
My everything


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Lisa Fowler02/17/11
You have done a great job of retelling the "story." Thank you for sharing.
Beth LaBuff 02/21/11
This would make a nice reading for Easter week (or every day for that matter). Thank you for phrasing it so eloquently.
Mildred Sheldon02/21/11
Truly a beautiful telling of Christ's last week upon this earth. Great writing. Thank you for sharing and God bless.