RESPONSE

We need not wait all bindings to removeTo answer from earth's tomb to Christ's dear call.Like Lazarus, we hear, we rise, we prove,In spite of time or error's rock-ribbed wall,The finity of all that forms the grave;The lethargy of clay, the weight of tears;The ritualistic trappings that enslaveOur conscious freedom—all the footless fearsOf those who watch with incredulityThis sure emergence. God, and God alone,Beholds His Son. Christ speaks, proclaims man free,Maintained in Life; in Mind forever known.

Remove the bindings, ye who put them there!Death cannot hold, for Love is everywhere.

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