who bore His sentence
midst the guilty
a mother’s enduring
so freely bestowed
found no home but mine
Light departed by
securing the last
my unknown need
from death’s purchase
pointed me in a new direction as
lowered Him from His throne
after seeing Him in His mother’s arms
washed by tears of mourning's dew
-How does "The Centurion" make the crucifixion personal?
-What does "overwhelmed by the silence of a mother's enduring" mean?
-Describe Mary's response.
-What do you think happened to the Centurion?
- How does the Lord's Passion affect your walk with the Lord?