Creator of the universe!  Washes filthy feet!

This humbling activity we do not repeat!

Mind boggling, Eternal One ever existing!

Not a flimsy fantasy feebly persisting!



Not a wanton childish thought, air castles creating!

Not a fairyland of gnomes, creative debating.

Reality!  Not a fantasy!  God, always and forever!

Pre-existing!  No beginning!  Understand it?  Never!



How can feeble minds conceive this?  No beginning? (1)

JESUS,  pre-existence, worlds in space flinging!

Melchizedek, ancient name for Jesus, Creator. (2)

“Without beginning, without end.”  Just no contender!



No man can face Him and live!  Yet the Word became flesh! (3)

Dwelt in earth, humble birth, and subject to death.

Inconceivable, a virgin child, giving Him birth!

Magnificent!  Dwelling, humble, a man on earth.



With basin and towel, girds Himself and washes grimiest part,

Lives with men in fellowship nor does He depart,

Until submitting to a death, torturous, humbling,

Despicably despised nor was His love ever crumbling.



Nor does He contend against but prays, “Father, forgive them!”

Guilty, vile, hypocritical!  He does not condemn them.

Father, forgive this sinner!  I can only decry,

And hate what they have done to you, forgetting that I—



At one time turned against You, even cursing Your name.

Angry for taking my father, to my abject shame!

Forgetting that you know what is best, best for everyone!

And for a Godless community that crucified Your Son!



(1) Romans 1:20

(2) Hebrews 7:3

(3) John 1, 2 and 14



Guilty, Sam Cox 03.05.09

5 thoughts on “CRUCIFIED GOD, THE SON

  1. Jama says:

    I do that all the time, on a smaller scale, with individual stories. It’s such a natural impulse. I keep catching myself thinking, this story is going to be about THIS. Nothing happens. Then (eventually) I catch myself, remember to just let the writing be what it’s going to be. I like the way you put it: genuine and organic. It’s weird and wonderful how things can come together when you don’t try to force it.

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