God Saw Me
God saw me, and I hid from him.
''Child, why do you try to hide from me? '' God asked.
''I am not worthy to be in your presence, so I hide from you'', said I.
''Why are you not worthy? '' God asked.
''I have said things contrary to what others believe and undertaken all manner deeds these people disapprove of. They say I act against your law and the laws of men. The elders say I am forsaken.'' said I.
''Child, I alone decide who is forsaken and who is not. I alone decide what is my law and what is not. If you are truly repentant for your sin, you are not forsaken.'' God said.
''I have given my people a list of ten laws to abide by, to honor my will. If my commandments are enough for me, your God, what additional law of man could possibly supersede my will? ''
''Whoa to the man who says, ‘you have forsaken God' in my stead, for he does not speak for me, and I will deal with him for saying he knows my will.'' Said God.
''I am the Lord your God, and it is I alone who decides who is for me, and who is against.
Go, and try to sin no more, and your faith in me will heal your soul! '' God comforted me.
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
This poem attempts to address the holier than people of the world who think that they understand the mind of God