Sunday Poem: Who is my Brother?

(Advisory: This poem is related to controversial social issues. If you are offended by a Biblical-based challenge to your opinion, you may want to skip this poem. – God Bless)

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Pastor

We live in troubled times,

where politics and culture clash.

It appears to this humble servant,

that people are driven by pleasure and cash.

Bible

Same-sex marriages are now legal,

with the seal of the US Supreme Court.

Those Christian businesses who oppose it,

find themselves in the midst of a tort.

Bible

There are churches who bow to civil power,

ignoring the warning of scriptural text.

They blindly find Bible justification,

for any behavior that appears next.

Bible

Supporters of liberal social issues fight back,

with words like “love your brother.”

But please tell me my dear friends,

does that imply a relative or someone other?

Bible

Jesus defines “brother,” in Matthew Twelve,

please go to Verse fifty for me.

A “brother” is someone who follows God,

“shall do the will of my Father,” you see.

Bible

Alas, a brother is a fellow believer,

who follows doctrine in the Good Book.

If you don’t believe what I say,

please turn to the Verse and look.

Bible

While we should never hate anyone,

we still must obey God’s word from Heaven.

Please read Romans One, Verse thirty-two,

and First Corinthians, Five, Verse eleven.

Bible

We walk a fine line in this world,

obeying God and spreading His love.

However, we must practice what we preach,

and follow Scriptural guidelines from above.

Bible

On this Sunday as we think about Jesus,

and our duty as Christian missionaries.

We must share the Bible with love,

but be accurate Scriptural emissaries.

God Bless You!

Bible

 

Scriptural References:

Matthew 12:46-50

1 Corinthians 5:9-13

Romans 1:18-32

 

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