Christ Died for You by Raymond A. Foss

Whoever you are
whatever your station
your walk in this life
whether or not in faith

Christ died for you
choosing the cup
accepting God’s purpose
his calling for his life

Christ took the pain
the suffering, humiliation
dying on the cross
ridiculed by his nation

He died for you
that you may live
I pray that you hear him
calling to you

To be his witness
bearing his love
carrying his light
into the world

Going as you are called
to be his hands and feet
offering Christ
to everyone you meet

by Raymond A. Foss

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