The Power of the Cross

It isn’t what we do; it isn’t what we don’t do.
It isn’t what we say; it isn’t what we don’t say.

It isn’t what we read; it isn’t what we don’t read.
It isn’t what we write; it isn’t what we don’t write.

It isn’t what we sing; it isn’t what we don’t sing.
It isn’t what we wear; it isn’t what we don’t wear.

It isn’t what we eat; it isn’t what we don’t eat.
It isn’t what we drink; it isn’t what we don’t drink.

It isn’t how we work; it isn’t how we don’t work.
It isn’t how we play; it isn’t how we don’t play.

It isn’t how we serve; it isn’t how we don’t serve.
It isn’t how we pray; it isn’t how we don’t pray.

It isn’t where we go; it isn’t where we don’t go.
It isn’t where we worship; it isn’t where we don’t worship.

The Power of the Cross
is not a what, nor a how, nor a where.

It is Who:
Who we believe, Who we follow, Who we worship.

 It is Jesus… only, only Jesus.

from The Power of the Cross © 2011
revised 2014
by Cathy Scott

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