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Kay Cude Poetry: Risen and Ascended

By Elizabethprata @elizabethprata
Resurrection Sunday is past, the day we mark as the day to specifically celebrate Christ's resurrection. However, Christians know that each Sunday in attending the gathering of the saints, hearing the preaching, singing the praises, giving cheerfully, we celebrate the resurrection again and again. Just the gathering is signal that we know and believe that Christ is alive, on His throne, hearing and receiving praises and worship. His glory and power are to be wondered at and praised.
Here is a beautiful work by poet Kay Cude. First, her Artist's Statement:
I had begun this piece several months ago with only Spurgeon's one quote, "Tis all my business here and below to cry, 'Behold the Lamb!' We are to point sinners to Jesus - all the while looking at Him ourselves, and praying that they also may look to Him, and live." I was captivated by the image of the radiant glory of Christ in His transfiguration and subsequent ascension, but couldn't settle on what I needed to say to complete the message, for it is directed at the unregenerate and the redeemed of Christ.
Thank you for your piece, "The Power of the Resurrection vs. the Stupidity of Easter," for within it I found John MacArthur's "The Power of the Resurrection" and within it another Spurgeon quote that completed the intent the first quote and Acts 1:10-11.
Kay Cude poetry: Risen and Ascended

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