Jordan Legaspi

Rookie (24 July 1978 / Davao City, Philippines)

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Call to action


We are soldiers of no arms
going to the wars of without end
and willing to die for the gospel
We are called to be His warriors
without sword and shield
fearing not to enter territories
and fight the 'enemy' by loving them
of no ifs and no buts
We are the children of God
marching to courts, plazas, and other places
to defend our faith with our good examples
in promoting what is love- who,
Is Jesus the Christ
We are the living testimony of our religion
the sharing of gifts and talents
the expression of creed:
the respect and the acceptance
of differences and uniqueness
of brothers and sisters;
We are Catholics in union with the world
and to Jesus the Christ:
together with Him;
through with Him; and in Him
We can truly put to practice His teaching.


Note:
The poem was composed in 2003 at Digos City,
and was published on 10 July 2005 by the Gethsemane Parish Bulletin, Casuntingan, Mandaue City, Phil.

Submitted: Tuesday, May 06, 2008
Edited: Sunday, August 18, 2013

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