For The 'Other' Sinners

I know that I,

am going to Heaven,

with no idea when.

Still, as long as I

am on this earth,

I will do my best,

to live for Him.

Pitty those,

who don't deserve  pity.

Help those,

who don't deserve help.

I know because,

I was there,

and once felt,

all by myself.

To those in prison,

serving a life sentence,

praying every night,

with no family or friends,

to visit them,

just trying to survive;


loves you my friend.

His name is Jesus Christ.

Do not worry.

You are not by yourself.

He is always by your side.

To the young men,

all alone,

at night selling drugs,

crying when,

they are by themselves,

when all they want is love.

To the fifteen year old girl,

on the corner,

selling her body;

there is a man,

who loves you,

and cries,

when He sees you sobbing.

To the police officer,

asking for forgiveness,

for the corruption,

he has done before;

your sins are,

forgiven sir.

Christ's remembers them,

no more.

To homeless man,

wearing rags,

when it is freezing cold outside,

who is always,

being picked on,

because he is weaker,

then the other guy,

who barely makes it

each day,

just trying to get by,

who is constantly starving,

on verge of death;

have peace.

For in Heaven,

you will abide.

To the homosexual,

fighting his lustful desires,

whose mind,

is hurting him,

to the core;

there is help,

in Jesus my friend.

Let Him fight your war.

So do not forget,

the least of those,

whose souls may seemed tangled.

For you never know,

if you are entertaining,

one of the Lord's angels.

  • Author: Dion P. Crown (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: February 20th, 2022 04:15
  • Comment from author about the poem: We love because He first loved us. - 1 John 4:19 - Persistence is key
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  • blue orchid

    This is great my love,shows how big your heart really is
    I love you

  • Bragee

    But God….simple answer to all of our afflictions and addictions

  • dusk arising

    Exodus 21 of the old testament of the Bible gives clear instructions on how to treat a slave. Both Deuteronomy 20:10-14 and Leviticus 25:44-46 also give clear instructions on who should be slaves, how and where to buy slaves, etc. Some Christians argue those chapters and verses are in the old testament and therefore don’t count but that is a BIG LIE because there are several chapters and verses supporting slavery even in the New testament of the Bible. For example, the book of Ephesians 6:5 of the NEW TESTAMENT clearly states “Slaves, Obey your earthly masters with deep respect and fear. Serve them sincerely as you would serve Christ”. Not just that, 1 Timothy 6:1 of the New Testament also clearly states “Christians who are slaves should give their masters full respect so that the name of God and his teaching will not be shamed”.

    Slavery existed during the time of Jesus and continued after Jesus. Jesus had every chance to speak against slavery but the question is; did he do it? If Jesus did speak against slavery then why does the New Testament of the Bible support slavery?
    Christianity goes much deeper and darker for any christian who is not AFRAID of looking.

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