"Follow Me," saith the Lord Jesus,
"follow me to the righteous way."
He is our Lord, saviour of all time,
We all serve him to this very day.
Born in a small town of Bethlehem,
As Mary and Joseph hid him away.
He grew to be our God's deliverer,
His own life he gave up for us today.
Our Father God gave up His Son,
So that we all could have salvation.
His saddest act to save mankind,
Showing His love, this acclamation.
Easter, the holiest day, was chosen,
Marks the time Jesus's life was taken.
As on the cross, we suffered His loss,
We're now all born again, at this cost.
© 2017 whonunuwho
Tamara Yancosky from Uninhabited Regions on October 17, 2017:
Also, I forgot to say that I love the picture on this post that says, “Follow Me”... I am wondering if you drew this, yourself... it is splendid!
whonunuwho (author) from United States on October 16, 2017:
Thank you for your nice review, my friend. Thanks for the follow. Many blessings. whonu
Tamara Yancosky from Uninhabited Regions on October 16, 2017:
Truly beautiful and inspiring! I have a brand new account, and have been experimenting with different styles of writing:) Your poems are a benefit to my life, and I will follow you.
whonunuwho (author) from United States on April 27, 2017:
Thank you so much MsDora. Blessings. whonu
Dora Weithers from The Caribbean on April 26, 2017:
Great thoughts reminding us what Easter is all about. We follow Him; He is the way.
whonunuwho (author) from United States on April 19, 2017:
Thanks Gypsy and many blessings. whonu
Gypsy Rose Lee from Daytona Beach, Florida on April 19, 2017:
Most wonderful poetry. Blessings to you.
whonunuwho (author) from United States on April 17, 2017:
Thank you, Shyron and many blessings to you and yours. whonu
Shyron E Shenko from Texas on April 17, 2017:
The poem is beautiful poem, and Jesus did die for our sins.
Blessings and hugs, hope you had a wonderful Easter.
whonunuwho (author) from United States on April 16, 2017:
Thank you, my friend. Yes, He died for us all. Blessings. whonu
Louise Powles from Norfolk, England on April 16, 2017:
That's a lovely poem and very true words too. He died for us. Amen!