Do well in simple humble deeds,
Expressions from your wealth,
To those misfortune settles on,
Which took away their health.
Soothe the heart now filled with grief,
Though itís a strangerís woe,
Be kind with all that you impart,
It will return you know.
Complacent is a cousin to,
Self-serving and conceit,
The school of self is shameful,
If that is your degree.
The trifling of anotherís needs,
When weighed upon lifeís scales,
Can cost you everything you have,
And land your soul in hell.
Surprised to hear such heavy words,
This great demanding truth,
Donít be deceived by scoffers chat,
There still are absolutes.
Its just that some in pompous pride,
Ignores Godís call to faith,
Exalts the king selfism,
To ride it to their grave.
Ride on, ride on, oh foolish man,
Youíll find there is one twist,
Recorded was all you have done,
And not one thing was missed.
And also written in that book,
Were things you did not do,
And those the greatest of all sins,
Could be the end for you.
Read more articles by William Mae or search for articles on the same topic or others.
Read NEWEST ARTICLES by Christian authors
Read MOST READ ARTICLES by Christian authors
Read our most read and highly acclaimed CHALLENGE CONTEST ARTICLES
JOIN US at FaithWriters for Free. Grow as a Writer and Spread the Gospel.
If you died today, are you absolutely certain that you would go to heaven? You can be! TRUST JESUS NOW
The opinions expressed by authors do not necessarily reflect the opinion of FaithWriters.com.