He is of age ask him

a poem by Reginold Ajay Jacob, India

He is of age ask him,
How people hide to save their skin,
I think it's a noble act,
Yet they lost the track,

Since an age the world,
Has tried to be correct,
Some time to be in the synagogue,
But in reality the synagogue they left.

For Christ was the synagogue,
Christ the cornerstone,
They rejected the son of God,
To be a part of the synagogue.

Will, you also answer the same,
He is of age ask him,
Saving your skin from humans,
Burning in hell you see.

If Christ is God, then follow him,
Two masters can never be,
Choose life, of forgiveness,
If not then let it be.

Tell me doctor
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