The Glory of My Sovereign

Come and see the glory of my Sovereign

Come to see the King express His love for His bride

See how majestic yet humbly He hangs there

A life to pay for a life, a ransom of great price

His love demanded He do something


All He could do was everything

His life He considered as nothing

The payment of a great bride price

He took her debt and guilt

And blood that must be spilt


In return He asks for nothing

Save what His blood purchased

A life to pay for a life, a bride of great worth

Will you come; will you come in haste

The glory of your Sovereign as He proves His love for you

Written 12/7/08 by JA Menter

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5 Responses to The Glory of My Sovereign

  1. bekahcubed says:

    Thanks, Joshua. That’s beautiful.

  2. mangsta2 says:

    It even looks like a king chess piece! Good message, good picture!

  3. Joshua says:

    I foresee at least one, maybe two sequels to this. It all depends on how busy I allow myself to be. It would take some doing to get the first response to look like a queen chess piece so I won’t even try, although the shape of the stanzas was purely providential. Thanks for pointing that out, Aaron (ie mangsta gangsta2)

    JA Menter

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