If you wish to be lost

a poem by Reginold Ajay Jacob, India

I thought, you were one of us,
I thought, we were one in Christ,
I thought, His blood had bridged the gap,
No there are gaps too wide.

Gaps, created by status,
Gaps, so deep, so wide,
Gaps, that none can bridge,
Gaps just, gaps I find.

If you do not look at the salvation,
That flows from the Cross,
Oh what a pity,Oh what a loss,
Cross of Christ won't save you

If you wish to be lost

Note:- This poem is for every person who considers themselves up above the rest.

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