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The First Easter Son Rise

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The First Easter Son Rise


On that first Easter morning
Before the break of day
Mary visited the tomb of the Savior
But the stone was rolled away

Going in, she did not find Him
Instead, two men who said,
Why seek you the living
Here among the dead?

He's not here, for He has risen
Come see the place He laid
Go tell Peter and the disciples
But do not be afraid

Peter and the disciple Jesus loved
Went to the tomb to see
But they found that it was empty
And wondered how this could be

Then recalling what Jesus told them
They knew they weren't deceived
Their eyes had now been opened
And both of them believed

So on this Easter morning
Like the one so long ago
May you “see” the Risen Savior
And then you too will know

The joy that comes from seeing
That the Son did rise indeed
And from the right hand of the Father
He'll supply our every need

And soon, He will be coming
For all the world to see
Yes, the King will be returning
Praise God, He's coming for me

	Curtis Moorman
	24 March 2011

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  1. Date: 9/1/2011 4:10:00 PM
    AMEN! Beautiful poem. Sincerely, Kim