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Counterfeit Gods || Spoken Word

Death Of Yolo || Spoken Word

This was a poem that Jefferson Bethke wrote for his church’s easter service this past April. His hope is that someone watching this will walk away with a deeper sense of the grace of God and just how monumental Jesus death, burial, and resurrection truly were. If Jesus is still dead we are to be pitied, but if He really rose, we have to face up with the implications. Nothing is more precious than the fact that when we trust in Jesus, we are united with Him as one. Because of that, whatever is true of Him, instantly becomes true of us. Spotless, blameless, perfect, righteous, etc all are accounted to us since we are “in Him.

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