“And the King will answer and say to them, ‘Assuredly, I say to you, inasmuch as you did it to one of the least of these My brethren, you did it to Me.”
We walk through this life consumed by our own desires.
We say we love Him; yet, our flesh rules day by day.
We look down on those who do not view our trivial opinions.
We mock those who cannot find the only true way.
She lives in a humble shack with no one to lend a smile.
She longs for a simple meal and a night of restful sleep.
She has come so far and yet cannot make it there to pray.
She desires just a friend; yet, you avoid because it’s all too deep.
He sits alone in the pew, hoping you will only look his way.
He has suffered such loss; yet, he finds the strength to carry on.
He only wants to find a helping hand and a friendly face.
You are too consumed with the cause of things to stretch out beyond.
How can we claim to love them if we only reject?
How can we promise freedom if all they see is hatred?
How can we confess Christ if all they hear is lies?
How can we declare righteousness if, because of us, they have bled?
When will our eyes be open to our own hypocrisy?
When will our hearts realize that we have sinned?
When will our feet cease to trample over the wounded?
When will we comprehend we’re only crucifying Him again?
1 Corinthians 13
Penned – MG – 4/25/01