God named Him Jesus and we call Him Lord, Sent to earth for His blood to be poured.
Christ journey from birth, to death on the cross, His purpose was to seek and redeem the lost.
From village to countryside as He traveled around, He healed their sicknesses and some He unbound.
Many were freed from their chains of sin, He touched, He spoke, and He mended within.
Jesus taught His twelve what soon must take place, Puzzlement overcame them at what He must face.
The Last Supper is prepared and all around the table, Forsake our Lord? Who among was able?
Christ knew well of Judas’ plan, His selling for silver, betrayal by this man.
Christ broke the bread and passed the cup, He said, My Body, My Blood, for you I give up.
Jesus foretold the sheep would flee, but Peter declared “That will not be me!”.
The walk to the Garden under the moonlit night, Jesus asked His twelve to keep ready their sight.
Heavy is the heart of our Lord divine, Father, hear My prayer, not My will, but Thine.
Exposed with a kiss, defended with a sword, Seized by evil men, was Jesus Christ our Lord.
While Jesus was interrogated about His life, Peter’s promise faded, replaced with strife.
Peter’s denial of our Lord Jesus grows, After three denouncements, the foretold rooster crows.
Pilate could find no crime to judge, But the people cried, “Crucify” and would not budge!
Pilate offered the crowd a guilty thief, but Barrabas was spared in disbelief.
Jesus was mocked, flogged, and led away, A crown of thorns on His head did they lay.
Carrying the cross to Calvary’s Hill, Coming full circle fulfilling God’s will.
The road to Golgotha one step at a time, with Simon beside Him making the climb.
Christ’s hands and feet pierced with nails, All efforts to tempt Him ultimately fails.
Darkness was upon them in the ninth hour, Jesus is forsaken… the soldiers now cower.
“Father, into Your hands, My spirit”, Jesus cried, He exhaled His last breath, With great grace He died.
Then the earth shook and the temple curtain torn, This Son of God, they knew to mourn.
Christ body was taken and wrapped in a shroud, A proper burial, Joseph vowed.
He was laid in the tomb and sealed with a stone, Awaiting His Father, to ascend to the throne.
On the third day, our Lord AROSE, Forgiving OUR sins, He willingly chose.
The heavens Rejoiced, the full price has been paid, Remember the sacrifice, Remember the trade.