“Two Crowns” — A Good Friday Poem

by Randy VaderTwoCrowns

Two crowns are placed before Him
So different to behold
Two crowns of different meaning
One of thorns
One of gold

Two crowns that tell the story
Of a blameless life laid down
The King of endless glory
Must choose between the crowns

So He gives up all His riches
Sets the golden crown aside
Takes up the crown of torment
His royalty denied

He gives His life to free us
Takes out sin and takes our loss
And in return we give to Him
Three nails and a cross


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