CRUCIFIED GOD, THE SON

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!

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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!

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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!

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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.

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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.

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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—

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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!

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(1) Romans 1:20

(2) Hebrews 7:3

(3) John 1, 2 and 14

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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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