Shabbat Shalom: The God-Man ©Dawn Minott

He was so human He could touch people

So mighty He could heal them

So human He spoke with an accent

Yet so heavenly He spoke with authority


He was so human He could blend in unnoticed for thirty years

So mighty He could change history and remains unforgotten for over 2,000 years

So human He was wounded, bruised, chastised

Yet so mighty He could heal from the stripes


He was so human He thirst and hungered

So mighty He is living water and bread of life giver

So human He humbled Himself to a sacrificial cross

Yet so mighty He gives salvation to all at no cost


He was so human He became sin

So mighty He could forgive sin

So human He’s like a brother

Yet so mighty He is the Savior


He was so human He was given a name—Jesus

So mighty His name is above all names, it saves

So human He was all-man

Yet so mighty He was and is and for always will be all-God

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In creative solidarity, Dee

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