I Do Not Know you (Poem)

In the hush of night, a whisper’s plea,
“Strive to enter through the door so free.”
But many wander their own path to seek,
Blinded by works, the truth they fail to speak.

“I do not know you,” His voice does say,
For they strayed from His path, went astray.
Though they claim familiarity near,
Their hearts were distant, filled with fear.

In sorrow and pain, they’ll weep and moan,
As they see, the righteous welcomed home.
Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, prophets of old,
In the kingdom’s embrace, their stories are told.

So heed the call, while time’s still near,
Enter the door, cast away fear.
For in the kingdom’s eternal glow,
Only those who truly know will know.

Until Next time, Keep Believing, Keep Hoping & Keep Loving.

Peace. Daniel – The Christian Activist & Warrior

 Remember, Jesus Christ is the Light of the World.

 Thank you, and God Bless