What if your God Became the Who You Are? – Sonnet Seventy-Nine
What if your God became the “who” you are?
Became the God who hates creations’ grace,
The God condemning those mighty Caesar,
In castigations, holds in caged debase?
The God who sent the Jews to Babylon,
Who only holds Judea in His love,
The God who all Samaritans upon
His curse should fall, his chosen rise above?
Did you forget that Jesus was a Jew?
And Hebrew Lawyers put him to his fate,
And Pilot tried to reason, but their few
Ensured his death, again to make “them” great.
Redeemed? But are you Christ’s or Pharisees?
Act in hate? Or for the “least of these?”