CHRIST CAME

He came to the Magdalen close to the tomb,Comforting grief;He came to the eleven in the locked room,Quickening faith;He came to sweet Galilee in the bright morn,Pledging his love;He stood by the seaside, among the newbornFishers of men;He gave them commission that they should go forth,Preaching the Word,On seas of the nations and lands of the earth,Christ to be near.He sent them to us, not far from his sight,Enfolding us all,The nearest and farthest, as one in his light,Shepherd of all.

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