Hang It On The Cross

Tomorrow we again remember the sacrifice of our Saviour on our behalf; dying for our sins so we might have eternal life.  Good Friday should be marked with solemnity but should also be celebrated with great rejoicing.  As I have said, the cradle and the cross are inseparably linked.  As much as we celebrate the birth of Jesus at Christmas, we must always remember that He came to die in our place on the cross. 

“For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.”  John 3:16

I recently came across this poem posted by one of my Facebook friends.  I do not know who the author is so if you do please let me know so I may give credit where credit is due to the author of this meaningful poem.

Hang It On the Cross

If you have a secret sorry

A burden or a loss,

 An aching need for healing…

Hang it on the Cross.

If worry steals your sleep

And makes you turn and toss,

If your heart is feeling heavy…

Hang it on the Cross.

Every obstacle to faith

Or doubt you come across,

Every prayer unanswered…

Hang it on the Cross.

For Christ has borne our brokenness

And dearly paid the cost.

To turn our trials to triumph…

Hanging on the Cross.

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1 Response to Hang It On The Cross

  1. So meaningful, Lynn and i shared it now with my friends. Thank you for sharing it first. Have a Blessed Easter.

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