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  DR JOHN CELES (14-2-1957)
 
 

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  1.     

Easter- The Resurrection Of Jesus Christ And The Death Of Death!

Lord Jesus Christ has risen from his grave!
The tomb on third day was an empty cave;
The Savior of mankind has done the feat;
The Evil One Satan has got defeat.

The empty tomb of Jesus Christ is proof:
The tomb-stone rolled aside, away from roof;
Yes, Jesus resurrected as forecast;
The sting of death is now a thing of past.

The second Adam has won over death;
The fear of death needn’t haunt someone on earth;
Death is not end but henceforth beginning
Of Life eternal- mankind’s new meaning.

Jesus, the Light has dispelled all darkness,
That hinders men from Heaven’s happiness;
Jesus, the Way leads all souls to Heaven;
Our Road to Heaven has been made even.

The heart of love infinite won o’er death;
No more can death frighten a soul on earth;
The King of Love has conquered death ‘per se’;
This is the key message of Easter Day.

Our sinless Messiah is alive still,
After his death on cross upon the hill;
God’s only Son is Savior of mankind;
Confess your sins of body and of mind.

Jesus, the Truth has triumphed o’er Satan;
And Hope is born afresh that beckons man;
Children of Adam and of Eve are saved;
The road to Heaven’s glory, Jesus paved.

Denied is Satan of power of death-
Sigh of relief for all souls upon earth;
The gate of Heaven’s wide open to all;
We all can go to God, despite our fall.

Death entered earth through Adam and Eve’s sin;
Christ’s Resurrection is also our win;
The warrior of love has conquered death;
Jesus has brought about the death of Death!

The awesome death is now man’s friendly-foe!
Death puts an end to every strife and woe;
The cruel thief is welcome guest of man;
Man need not fear death in his whole life-span.

Death is the way to Eternity now;
Death is not dreadful as it was once, wow!
Man’s body got back sanctity once lost-
Rejuvenating truth to mankind, vast.

No tomb can hold a man’s body for long;
Death’s silence will be broken by life’s song;
The risen Christ has opened up all tombs-
Even for dead, unborn babies in wombs!

The future of all mankind lies in Christ;
‘Our faith in God’- the flag, we ought to hoist;
Follow the Cross and Heaven’s Gate is nigh,
When we are made too kings by One, most High.

Like Christ, all Christians too can resurrect;
Let’s keep our soul without sinful defect;
The rod for sins has also been absolved;
Redemption of mankind has been resolved.

The holy cross of Christ has paid the price
Of freedom of man’s every sin and vice;
Awaits the Lord with banquet feast for us;
Let us prepare our soul now for this Bliss.

‘Easter- Risen Christ and death of Death! ’

Copyright by Dr John Celes 3-23-2008
 
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  2.     

The Festival Of Purim

’Tis time for Purim this year,
Jews celebrate this, dear;
–God’s plan to save them from
Their perpetrator’s hands.

Esther became the queen,
And donned a glorious sheen,
Protecting her people
From annihilation.

Jews thank God for this act
Of kindness from His heart;
They dress and eat today
In remembrance of the day.

God’s wonders cannot cease;
His works are done with ease;
God’s words remain always,
And none can ever erase!
 
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  3.     

The Crucifixion Of Jesus Christ

Many had walked these very lanes,
Two thousand years ago,
Carrying a wooden cross,
And were crucified in the end:
Yet, all were sinful men!

But just one man
With a spotless soul,
Carried a cross to Calvary,
And shed his blood and died:
For not a fault of his,
But for mankind’s every sin,
And redeem souls for heaven,
In obedience to the Holy Will
Of God, His Father!

The Scriptures foretold his birth,
And death and resurrection
On the third day.

That man was Jesus Christ:
The Lamb of God,
The Son begotten,
The Lord of hosts,
The divine Judge!

He will come a second time,
In the glory of angels,
For the final celestial harvest:
Of souls!
To pluck the weeds and burn them down in hell;
To store the grains in the heaven’s granaries;
To separate the righteous from evil.

And with that,
This earth will cease,
And the world will end
Forever!
Copyright by Dr John Celes 2-15-2007
 
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  4.     

Sonnet: A Lost Friendship

You were my friend then: now almost stranger!
Our friendship appeared once very glorious;
What happened meantime, gives me great anger;
Our friendship no longer remains serious.

Fool you were, to be misled by others,
Who drove a giant wedge ’midst our friendship;
Cut off is our friendship, which me bothers;
A nadir has come in our relationship.

What years of intimacy have been lost?
You’ve been foolish, very much on your part;
Our friendship today is just but a ghost;
Won’t your eyes see the true love in my heart?

Dear friend however, you can’t be my foe;
I hope that our friendship, blossoms once more!
 
Dr John Celes

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