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What Broke God’s Heart?

Discussion in 'Poetry' started by fisherman1, Apr 15, 2009.

  1. fisherman1

    fisherman1 fisherman

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    What Broke God's Heart?

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    Sin it’s said broke God’s heart
    For it truly did set man apart
    From God who yearned and grieved for man
    Devised the perfect Divine plan
    To restore man to his rightful place
    And show the world His wondrous grace
    For sin had taken a deadly toll
    By killing man’s eternal soul
    Satan used it to deceive and kill
    And took from man his own free will
    He made man a slave to lust and greed
    A worker of every perverted deed
    In all this God’s great heart was rent
    So His only begotten son He sent
    To drink the cup His father gave
    In order that man might be saved
    The cup of wrath filled to the brim
    Christ drank it all and took the grim
    Penalty of sin to free man’s soul
    He died the death and went to Shoel
    Until the victory was finally won
    God was separated from His Son
    This was really what broke God’s heart
    God and God totally torn apart.

     
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  2. Delilah Roo

    Delilah Roo Member

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    Did you do the painting aswell as write the poem, the peom is good, but I love the painting.
    Delilah
     
  3. Zackerysean

    Zackerysean New Member

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    The Lord observed the extent of human wickedness on the earth, and he saw that everything they thought or imagined was consistently and totally evil. So the L ord was sorry he had ever made them and put them on the earth. It broke his heart. (Genesis 6:5, 6 NLT)
     
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