Guilty Man Not Ready to Die

Rated 1.75/5 based on 4 reviews
This is a poem written in the hopes to remind Christians that people are going to die. Are we doing anything about it. My hope and prayer is that this poem will remind you of what really matters. To get you to witness to those that are on their deathbed do it before it is too late. More
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  • Category: Poetry » Spiritual
  • Words: 380
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781311709950


Hobbe Noxious reviewed on July 8, 2015

Heavy handed, and just plain embarassing to read. I had this early-indoctrinated religious friend in preschool... this is is about the same quality of his poetry.

Side story: That same kid from preschool? While we were running around on the playground one day, I told him that I had actually met Jesus. And that Jesus had a crown of neon, not thorns, and that everything in Heaven was high-tech and industrial. He called me a liar and ran away.

I told him to prove it and laughed.
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Andrew Bushard reviewed on July 4, 2015

Evangelical Christians will surely find this call to action inspiring and useful.
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Arlene Nassey reviewed on July 4, 2015

Guilty? Harsh judgement on this fellow. Understanding, caring, and compassion are needed. Not judgement.
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Nadd Wellgreen reviewed on July 3, 2015

If the intent was to remind me of my mortality, I mourn for the time I expended on the reminder. Was hoping for some gut-wrenching deathbed wailing with some spiritual hooks, or perhaps a wry take on how meaningless it all is--but this read more like a pamphlet on a community center bulletin board. All I got out of this is that the dude should feel bad about being human and probably can't wait to finish croaking.
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