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We are wronged by people daily,
but to not forgive is unconscionable.
The Universal King had died for all;
for in eternity's view, we're pardonable.

He has given absolute amnesty
to everyone who has accepted Him.
Make no mistake about this unmerited immunity -
Grace's favor (over the course of Life) wears thin.

Death is inevitable, and our spirits
this mortal frame will leave;
so take advantage of God's condonation
to be granted a heavenly reprieve.

Human lives hang in limbo
under the penalty of death;
speak kindly of others and refrain...
From another wasted breath.




Author Notes:

Condonation is a real word: you can see more about it at:

Since I believe in the Christ's resurrection, His death is in the past tense.

Learn more about me and my poetry at:

By Joseph J. Breunig 3rd, © 2006, All rights reserved.



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◄ September 11, 2001

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<Deleted User> (11514)

Sun 6th Oct 2013 09:36

Your poetry is beautiful! (I really mean it). Please visit my blog and leave a comment too!I have a poetry recital there by the way.

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