by Jason Kirk Bartley
Christ made His mark at Calvary. So you and I could be set free, the Son of God eternally. He made His mark at Calvary. The blind, their eyes could finally see. The captives prison cell opened, they’d been set free. You and I were on His mind that day, the price that God would have to pay, so we could abide in His own way, and be with him each troubling day. Now we could be humble and pray, to the One who had passed our way. Sin was not in control anymore. He healed the deaf and gave gifts to the poor. What a price Jesus was willing to pay, no one else was worthy hat day. Only Jesus was worthy to be slayed. Only He could ascend to the Father, when hope seemed dim, all of mankind had faltered. Christ said, "I will go". Three days then He rose again, defeating death, hell, and sin. He took His life back again. Jesus made on us a mark that would not go away. Allow Him to make this mark on you today.
Jason Kirk Bartley is a Christian poet. He is from Chillicothe, Ohio. He is 47 years old and married to Nila, his forever love. He has a Master’s degree in Ministry from Ohio Christian University.