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Easter Poems

Easter Poems

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All time best poems for Christian Easter day… You can also use these poetries in greetings cards to make Easter day more special for someone.

Easter Poems

Easter Poems

Easter Joy

Jesus came to earth,
To show us how to live,
How to put others first,
How to love and how to give.

Then He set about His work,
That God sent Him to do;
He took our punishment on Himself;
He made us clean and new.

He could have saved Himself,
Calling angels from above,
But He chose to pay our price for sin;
He paid it out of love.

Our Lord died on Good Friday,
But the cross did not destroy
His resurrection on Easter morn
That fills our hearts with joy.

Now we know our earthly death,
Like His is just a rest.
We’ll be forever with Him
In heaven, where life is best.

So we live our lives for Jesus,
Think of Him in all we do.
Thank you Savior; Thank you, Lord.
Help us love like you!

By Joanna Fuchs

Easter Love

On Easter we celebrate love,
love coming down from heaven,
love blanketing the earth
in a transforming embrace;
unique and infinite love,
giving more than we can imagine
for us, to cleanse our sin,
a perfect sacrifice, Lamb of God,
the walking, talking Word.
He is teacher, role model, friend,
this God in human form,
dying, then rising from the dead,
proving all who believe
will also rise
to have eternal life, with Him,
Lord of all.
Oh, Happy, Happy Easter!

By Joanna Fuchs

Christian Easter Poems

Easter Means Eternal Life

A perfect God demands a perfect justice;
He cannot let us get away with sin.
We used God’s gift of our free will to trespass,
So heaven’s gates were closed; we couldn’t get in.

Our sin required our blood, a sacrifice,
To atone for all the wrongs that we had done.
“But I love them!” cried our Father, filled with sorrow;
“I’ll send my only Son to be the one.”

Good Friday marks the slaying of our Jesus,
The unblemished lamb, the perfect sacrifice.
He took our guilt and blame upon Himself,
So we could be with Him in paradise.

On Easter morning, he came back from death;
He vanished from the tomb, the empty grave.
His resurrection means eternal life
For us, the ones he came to earth to save.

This summarizes all the Easter story
And because of it, we’ll be with Him in glory.

By Joanna Fuchs

This Life on Earth

Easter means that this life on earth
is not all there is.
Jesus went “to prepare a place for us”
in His Father’s heavenly mansions
for all eternity.
Jesus died for our sins,
paying our penalty,
so that we could be forgiven.
He was resurrected, to prove
that death has no hold
on those who repent
and accept Him as Savior.
This life on earth is a prelude
to eternal joy with our Lord.
Easter is a celebration
of our eternal destiny.

By Joanna Fuchs

Easter Poems

His Love

God sent His Son to take the punishment
For all the thoughtless, sinful things we do;
Jesus gave his life because He loves us;
His love is boundless, sweet, forever true.

On Easter morn He showed He is our Savior;
His resurrection proves He is our Lord.
That is why we tell you, “Happy Easter!”
He secured our heavenly reward!

By Joanna Fuchs

Without Easter

Without Easter,
there would be no hope of heaven.
Without the hope of heaven,
there would be no repentance,
no personal transformation,
no attempt to follow biblical principles.
Without Easter,
the world would be in chaos
and darkness.
Jesus’ death and resurrection
means we can be reborn,
to live better, to do better,
to shine light into the shadows.
Hallelujah!
Happy, Happy Easter.

By Joanna Fuchs

Celebrate Our Savior

On Easter morn, we celebrate our Savior;
Whatever people seek in Him, they find.
In history, there has never been another
So holy, sacrificial, good and kind.

His resurrection makes us all immortal;
In heaven, we’ll be together with our King.
Eternally we’ll share in all His blessings;
Happy Easter! Jesus Christ is everything!

By Joanna Fuchs

He Lives

Happy Easter! Allelujah!
Jesus Christ, He lives!
Serve Him to receive salvation;
Eternal life he gives!

By Joanna Fuchs

Easter Poems

Christian Easter Poems

Hallelujah! Christ Arose!

Furry bunnies and Easter eggs
Are for children to have fun,
But will they hear the story
Of God’s holy resurrected Son?

Baskets and chocolate bunnies
May also enter the Easter scenes,
But let’s make sure the children
Know what Easter really means.

Christ Jesus died for our sins,
But that’s not the end of the story.
He arose from the dead and the grave
Before He soon went back to Glory.

The Easter season is a good time
To let Jesus’ light shine through.
Tell others that He died for us,
And that He was resurrected too.

Yes, the Savior died for everyone.
This is what I have already said,
But praise God! And hallelujah!
He also rose up from the dead!

May God bless us all at Easter.
It is a happy time of the year,
When we celebrate the Resurrection
Of our precious Savior so dear.

Risen

The Lord Jesus
Is risen
By His measures
And decision

He has risen
Resurrected and free
All those imprisoned
In Him be set free

No longer
Are we in slavery
No longer
Is there a boundary

We who believe
Are all forgiven
And we shall receive
A place in heaven

Hasten I to Goodness

Hasten I to goodness door
A place surely I’ve been before
Alas I found it was not akin
To the goodness, I have labored in.

God has paved a goodness path
That rends the veil of darker wrath
And shown to me His graceful means
My eyes absorb where heart thus leans,

I pray for some who cannot discern
Goodness unique in absolute yearn
For on a rock a tree does stand
Where death is done in reprimand.

Easter Poems

The Cross

Way-station for the weary
Where I lay me down to sleep,
Content to be His little lamb
Pastured among His sheep.

Soul-safety for the warrior,
Where I lay my armor down;
Exchanging Death for Heaven’s Life
—My saber for a crown.

Confidence for the sinner
Where His blood covers me:
Happy, humble, willing servant
In awe upon my knees.

The Rightful King

Our sin proclaimed, as one defamed,
To pay the price for all our wrong.
A judgment made, as one betrayed,
To take the guilt of cursed throng.

The lashing whip was just a sip
From a dreaded cup of bitter drink.
Their hateful cries were filled with lies,
And carved in the flesh with living ink.

The pounding nails and tortured wails
Released the flow of Mercy’s flood.
Each drop he bled, a crimson red,
Was payment made in precious blood.

The darkest black of sin’s attack
Was mirrored by the darkest day.
His only son, the righteous one,
Became the lamb on which they prey.

Our humble King, now suffering
And straining with each painful breath.
I stand here awed the Son of God
Would give away his life in death.

He breathed his last. I stand aghast
As he is buried in a grave.
A stone is rolled and sealed to hold
His body in a gloomy cave,

With entry barred by Roman guard;
The best they had were standing there.
Angelic light brought quite a fright;
A ghastly, petrifying scare.

They should have known the largest stone
Would never stop the rightful King.
For even death was short on breath,
And lost its painful, dreaded sting.

For Christ arose; defeated foes
And took his place upon the throne.
And there he rules, in spite of fools,
Until he comes to claim his own.

Christian Easter Poems

Even To This Mountain

“I have led My children onward
Through the Wilderness of Sin,
Through ways lone and twisted,
With enemies hemmed in.

clave the rock and gave them drink.
lit their way with cloud and fire.
fed them with angel’s food,
And My Right Arm did not tire.

Onward, upward–teaching them
In all things to obey;
And those, who overcome, will know
I have led them all the way.

Tempting Me, forsaking Me,
I gave them their desire
But, I also brought them discipline
By road, and death, and fire.

Those who repented, I forgave.
I opened Grace’s Fountain.
Like a flock, I–The Good Shepherd
Led them even to this Mountain.”

Mount Zion! Great and Glorious!
Her beauty streams with Light.
Heaven’s border–God’s own Sanctuary
Where all within is Right.

Oh, Shepherd, forgive my wanderings!
Feed me ever with This Fountain…
That I may rejoice in truth to know
You have led me even to This Mountain!

All Things Christ Suffered

Jesus came to deliver us
From the chains we wear;
From the shadows of death and shame;
From prisons of despair.

Jesus came to deliver us
From wounds of sad woe;
From depths of grief, guilt, and pain;
From bonds our sins bestow.

Jesus came to deliver us
From powers which harm;
From the kingdom of darkest night;
From all things which alarm.

Jesus came to deliver us
From frustrated tears;
From hopelessness, doubt, disbelief;
From soul-tormenting fears.

Jesus came to deliver us
Into God’s great Love;
Into a more Abundant Life
–Into a Home Above!

O Praise His matchless, holy Name!
Do not fear or fuss–
Jesus, with His mighty Power, came
Just to deliver us!

Easter Poems

Easter Poems

The Easter Story

Jesus came to compensate
For all the wrongs we do.
He came to earth to die for us,
So we’d be born anew.

“This bitter cup, let it pass from me,”
He cried, in a plaintive voice;
“Yet not My will, but Thine be done;”
He said, in His faithful choice.

The Judas kiss would seal his fate;
He faced a hostile crowd;
The governor, Pilate, saw through it all;
Jesus’ guilt he disavowed.

“I wash my hands of all of this,”
Said Pilate, “Let Him be.”
But the crowd yelled “Crucify him now,
And set Barabbas free!”

Pilate yielded to their wish;
And Jesus has led away.
The soldiers beat him, and mocked Him, too,
Yet He continued to obey.

A crown of thorns lay on His head,
As His sentence was carried out;
His hands and feet were pierced with nails,
But He did not scream or shout.

“Father, forgive them for this crime;
They know not what they do.”
He said this despite His torment, because,
He was thinking of me and you.

“It is finished,” he sighed in His anguish and pain,
As His body gave up to death.
The curtain tore, and darkness fell,
After He took His last breath.

The best of the story is the very last part;
It’s why on Easter were filled with pleasure:
Death could not our Savior hold;
His power is beyond all measure.

He rose from the grave, and was seen all around;
Ever since, He’s inspired devotion,
And we’ll be with Him for eternity,
When we get our heavenly promotion.

That’s why Easter is a major event:
He suffered and died in our place.
He rose and forgave us and loves us still,
Our Savior of matchless grace.

By Joanna Fuchs

Christian Easter Poems

Easter poems should include love, like the love Christ showed for us by dying on the cross for our sins.

This Easter verse has a message of Christian love, in addition to separating secular from Easter Poems.

Just Prayers

No colored eggs
Or bunnies here,
Just deep-felt love
For Christ, so dear.

No Easter baskets
Full of fluff,
No jelly beans
And other stuff.

No superior looks,
No strife, no fights
With those who keep
The worldly rites.

No condemnation
For those who do,
Just prayers for them
To love Him, too.

By Joanna Fuchs

Easter Gate

Jesus came to show us how
To live and love on earth, right now.
Then he died to erase our sin,
So the pearly gates would let us in.

Raised from death, Jesus is our guide
Through our own death to the other side.
Believe in Jesus, and you’ll be
Written in the book of eternity.

Easter means, in heaven, life,
Free from sadness, free from strife.
If your name is in God’s journal,
You’re assured of life eternal.

By Joanna Fuchs

Christian Easter Songs

Isn’t it fun when Easter poems can be sung as well as read? Easter Poems words often lend themselves to the song. This Easter poems for a child is also an Easter song that goes to the tune of the familiar “Jesus Loves Me, This I Know.” We hope you enjoy these Easter poems for kids that can be used in musical programs.

Easter Poems

Easter Poems

Jesus Loves Me; Easter Tells Me So

Jesus loves me, this I know;
The Easter story tells me so.
He died for me to bear my sin;
He opened heaven to let me in.

Yes, Jesus loves me;
Yes Jesus loves me;
Yes Jesus loves me;
Easter tells me so.

Jesus loved me when He died,
Loved me enough to be crucified.
But His death didn’t last very long,
Because His power is so strong.

Yes, Jesus loves me;
Yes Jesus loves me;
Yes Jesus loves me;
Easter tells me so.

Jesus’ came back from the dead
I know because the Bible said.
Jesus is my Lord and King;
Love and praise to Him I bring.

Yes, Jesus loves me;
Yes Jesus loves me;
Yes Jesus loves me;
Easter tells me so.

When I die, I’ll rise up, too.
We’ll all be in heaven, me and you.
We’ll see Jesus face to face.
Up in heaven, that happy place.

Yes, Jesus loves me;
Yes Jesus loves me;
Yes Jesus loves me;
Easter tells me so.

The Easter story brings much joy
To us all, each girl and boy.
Jesus is my Savior now;
Heaven and earth to Him must bow.

Yes, Jesus loves me;
Yes Jesus loves me;
Yes Jesus loves me;
Easter tells me so.

By Joanna Fuchs

Our feedback indicates people really like Easter poems that can be set to familiar music. Here’s another Easter poems that is also an Easter song, to the tune of “Michael Row Your Boat Ashore.” This Easter verse could be a religious Easter poems for children, but this child Easter poetry is also suitable for adults. Who doesn’t enjoy singing this tune?

Christian Easter Poems

What Easter Means to M

Easter morning, God be praised,
Allelujah!
Jesus Christ from death was raised.
Allelujah.

On Good Friday, Jesus died;
Allelujah!
All for us, He was crucified.
Allelujah.

Jesus bore the pain for me,
Allelujah!
From my sin, to set me free.
Allelujah.

Death could not confine our Lord,
Allelujah!
And to life, He was restored.
Allelujah.

Easter morn we consecrate,
Allelujah!
His resurrection to celebrate.
Allelujah.

Jesus’ love means when we die,
Allelujah!
We’ll live in heaven with Him on high.
Allelujah.

Our Savior loves us awesomely;
Allelujah!
That’s what Easter means to me.
Allelujah.

By Joanna Fuchs

Rev 21:10-12
And the angel carried me away in the spirit to a great and high mountain and showed me that great city, the holy Jerusalem, descending out of Heaven from God…

If Not For Easter

If not for Easter,
the chaos of this world
would be all there is
and all there ever would be.
If not for Easter,
the unfairness of life
would drive us to despair.
But God sent His Son
to give eternal life
filled with peace, happiness
and unimaginable blessings
to those who choose Him.
All we have to do is choose Him.
Happy, Happy Easter!

By Joanna Fuchs

Easter Poems

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