Light And Salt - Poem by Jasbir Singh
The darkest night has fall,
Over us all,
Everyone is almost overcome,
But dark God says to be shun,
Many has gone to sleep,
Few toils, God's commandments they keep,
Prayers has become a occasional ritual,
Reading God's word no longer is habitual,
Our tongues are rusted with foul language,
Claims to be Christians but life is a garbage,
Religious will be dumped in eternal fire,
Only faithful will have heaven to acquire,
Where're we who need to belight and salt?
Some have left the faith and follows the cult,
Where're we call ourselves God's children?
Alas, mostly we've become devil's children!
Humanity has not lost, it still exists,
Because of few faithful and righteous souls,
Only prayers have reduced, living out God's word have reduced, faith has decreased, and religion has increased,
Be sober now, my dear,
Jesus coming is now near!
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