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What's the big deal about Jesus? (Spoken Word)


Men come and go
Times come and fade
Voices sound and quench
But not the case with Him


He didn't pretend to die
He actually died
He didn't pretend to rise
He actually did


No need for  proofs
Only the blind doubts the obvious
No need for debates
Only the fool doubts the obvious


What's the big deal about Jesus?


He is the son of God
He is the Son of David
He is the Son of Abraham


What's the big deal about Jesus?


He has been
He was to come
He is to come
He sure will come


What's the big deal about Jesus?


He is the resurrection
He is the eternal life
He is the replica of the father
He is the fullness of the Godhead


What's the big deal about Jesus?


He cannot be cloned
He cannot be mimicked
He cannot be ignored
He cannot be trapped


What's the big deal about Jesus?


He is the immortal mortality
Who dwelt among men
He is the final atonement
Slained from the foundation of the world
Slained that men might be saved


What's the big deal about Jesus?


Authors can't reveal Him
Philosophers cant explain Him
Scientists can't discover Him
For He can only be ENCOUNTERED!


What's the big deal about Jesus?


He is the ONLY sense in Life
He is the sanity of mankind
He is the Only way to God
He is the Son of God!


What's the big deal about Jesus?


The big deal about Jesus is JESUS (The God who saves)!!

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