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Passion Of Christ
Author: Marty Henry

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A movie that painted the old saying of, a picture is worth a thousand words.
His pain and suffering were definitely heard.

In the beginning he’s praying in the midst of the fog,
Knowing his life on earth wouldn’t last long.
I could feel and see the frighten man on the outside,
But the path he walked would take him to die.

As he was being judged by the people and the priest,
I felt the Devils angels being released.
While watching him being beat and whipped, like no other I’ve ever seen,
I just wanted to jump through that screen.

The sorrow and the anger that I felt, not one person offered to help.
I know to lash back at someone is not pleasing to GOD,
But I could not have stood there and watch this go on.

As I sat in my seat I felt my heart, faster and faster it would beat.
I was taught this was suppose to be,
but I know in my heart, I would of tried to set him free.

With all those people mocking him in disgrace,
You could still see the love in his face.
When they put the stakes in his hands,
You could feel his pain throughout the land.

While I watched his blood run down that tree,
I wanted even more to jump through that screen.
As all the Devils angels laughed and threw their spit,
They too will have their everlasting walk in the place,
We call the pit.

With all of his pain and tears of bloodshed,
Something told me to remember what was only written in red.
To turn the other cheek, to pray for our enemies.
This movie painted the perfect picture that he truly died,
FOR YOU AND ME.

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Comments on this poem/writing:

Meridian (205.188.209.37) -- Tuesday, March 16 2004, 06:10 am

Amen

Glory be to God! I couldn't agree more. What a fantastic poem about the passion of Christ! The one who died for us all!
shari (68.113.170.168) -- Tuesday, March 16 2004, 02:06 pm

awsome poem

wow, not much to say this poem says it all. thank you marty. GOD BLESS
Tammy (66.38.4.96) -- Saturday, March 20 2004, 05:10 am

Beautiful

I love this poem, "The passion of Christ" Your words speak to the soul of all mankind. What such beauty your writing holds. A true master piece Marty!!!!!
Emilee (192.85.50.2) -- Saturday, March 20 2004, 03:52 pm

wow

thats so awesome! i saw that movie also and it impacted my life so much, and i cried the entire time! i felt the same way u do, wanting to jump into the screen and tell them to stop. it also makes me wanna go tell all the non believers out there what Jesus did for them, for all of us! thanx for the poem marty, ur an amazing writer! God bless~emilee
MARTY (68.118.145.213) -- Wednesday, March 24 2004, 01:45 pm

passion of christ

Thank you all so much for your wonderful comments. GOD BLESS
paula (12.73.166.137) -- Saturday, April 3 2004, 06:14 am

what a poem

Marty I felt the same way about this movie, beautiful poem marty. GOD be with you paula
jen (206.158.10.6) -- Monday, July 19 2004, 08:29 pm

WOW WOW WOW

Ilove the way you write marty, your words are awsome.
thanks jen
PS- I am going to read all of your work and pass it on. GGGGGOD BLESS
amanda (206.158.10.6) -- Monday, December 27 2004, 04:47 pm

passion of christ

WOW, marty this is a awsome poem yes this movie painted that picture, HE DIED FOR YOU AND ME.
thank you for sharing your work. God Bless Amanda
 
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