Destined for Triumph

This poem is a sister poem which has been written as a follow-up to a previous poem “Destined for Nowhere.”  If you haven’t read this poem yet, you may want to read it before viewing this poem.

From Isaiah 9:6:  “For a child has been born for us, a son given to us; authority rests upon His shoulders; and He is named Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.”

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Standing in the middle of “Nowhere”

Why should we even bother to care?

 

God answers, showing His Holy plan

Coming to earth, as the Son of Man

 

Bringing hope to a broken, darkened world

God’s love brings light, forever unfurled

 

Angels praise this Holy promise, yet to come

Christ promises life, no longer feeling numb

 

There is a new King in town, follow Him

His will defeats the Enemy, and our sin

 

Dust yourself off, bending a knee, and pray

God, the Father, loves us with plenty to say

 

From a cruel Cross, Jesus sheds blood for all

Forgiving our eternity of debts, is His call

 

Our Almighty Creator delivers His commands

Now come to taste His love, forever it stands

 

Christ offers the only path to Salvation

Remold our lives, flooded with stagnation

 

Believe Jesus, accept the Christ, follow Him

Step forward, forever freed from our sins

 

Through the Messiah, comes a risen taste

Destined for triumph, no longer disgraced

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