Sugar and spice and all that’s nice
That’s what Eve was made of,
And placed in the Garden of beauty and charm
To bask in the warmth of God’s love.
Then along came a serpent so charming and sweet
With a hellish mission in mind,
To crush and destroy the apple of God’s eye,
And to rob her precious soul blind.
How foolish was she that fateful day
When she ate from the forbidden tree,
And stripped herself bare of God’s righteousness
For all eternity.
But even before He formed the clay
God had a plan for man-kind,
To redeem and restore our broken soul,
And give us life sublime.
He sent to earth His only Son
To die on a splintered tree,
To wash away sin’s ugly stain,
And set our spirit free!