Updated: Jan 29, 2018
WHO IS THIS MAN
Who is this man, who can he be;
This one who all adore;
“Praise” they sing; “Hosanna’s” ring
Palm branches and garments strewn before
Surely he’s a king, a saviour, a nobleman
A man of great esteem, a lord
For surely no peasant, no pauper no poor-man
Would anyone this adulation afford
No, he’s no mere king, he is the KING
LORD and SAVIOUR supreme
Today revered, tomorrow reviled
No song, no praise, no esteem
So, who is this man, who can he be?
Is he known, or still a stranger to you
Friend, He is Christ; Jesus is his name
Here to do what no other can do
Do you know him as Saviour, as Lord, as King?
Do you know him as faithful Friend?
If not, then today you most certainly can,
And experience a Love that knows no end.
© 2017 – Wayne George