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Linda Crea | Judge, Jury and Jesus

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Judge, Jury and Jesus

by Linda Crea

A story of a man living in total darkness, his life was full of crime, THEN ... the glorious moment, he met Jesus
Genre: Spiritual: Christian Rock
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I hope you will experience a high emotional charge as you listen to this song.

One morning I opened my e-mail, and in it was these lyrics. I recalled the composer telling me a few years back that he had a song in his head about Jesus and hadn't written yet. I was not expecting this at all on April, 28th, 2015 but I knew what it was the second I opened it.

It touched a place in my heart and I knew it had to be shared. On August 2nd 2016 I received the Demo tape I had commissioned. This original song truly honored the lyrics, giving them a pulse of their own.

The Lyrics;

Four walls and a mattress are his only friends:
Staring and knowing he could never make amends.
He lived cold and heartless thinking only of himself;
Now, the Judge and the Jury put him on the shelf.

He never knew his father or a mother’s love;
He never learned to pray or seek help from above.
He never went to school, never had a home;
When he wasn’t in trouble, he was always alone.

He learned how to fight and he learned how to steal;
Surviving on bottles and illegal drug deals.
He didn’t care who he hurt or families that he tore;
Just like our Savior, it was the cross that he bore.

Early one morning, a man tried to take what he had;
Was it self-defense or did he just go mad.
When the authorities arrived, a body laid still;
They took him way, for the man that he killed.

He sat with no emotion or remorse on his face;
The story was told, the prosecutor made his case.
Then he remembered the street and the bloody scene;
Was this reality or only a bad dream.

He faced the people when the verdict was read;
Guilty as charged repeating in his head.
Recalled was his life filled with crime and hate;
Again no emotion as he learned his fate.

He never felt sorry for taking a life;
That man was a father and had a wife.
He knows he deserves for it to end in this way;
For everything he did it was the only price to pay.

The day finally came, he never asked for an appeal;
No one came to visit and he declined his last meal.
No final words, no chaplain at his side;
No tears from the witnesses as he laid there and died.

Then a bright light surrounded a sensation he never knew;
He stood in amazement feeling renewed.
“Peace In The Valley” playing in his heart;
He felt born again like he had a fresh start.

He turned and saw Jesus sternly staring in his eyes;
He finally felt fear, He broke down and he cried.
He coward and said “I am sorry for everything I done”;
The Lord gently embraced him and said, “I forgive you son.”

Oh I forgive you my son
Oh I forgive you ..........
God Bless You, Linda Crea

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