Saturday, March 22, 2008

What Wondrous Love

I’m just a tiny speck, Lord,
In Your eternal universe;
You have an infinite space,
And yet You care for me.

You’ve given me a fantastic brain,
One to retain—forever;
This brain which records for me
Every sight, sound, taste and smell.

You know my every thought—
Even the number of my hairs;
Why, You even knew me
Before I was ever born!

I’m just a hopeless sinner,
Never doing a right thing;
I’m only a lowly human,
With a very carnal nature.

Yet, Lord, You came to this earth
To die a cruel death for me
On a rugged cross on Calvary
For all the sins of mankind.

What wondrous love is this,
Love to die for a fallen world;
How can we ever say thanks
For such a wondrous sacrifice?

by WendyKAR
written April 28, 1980

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