Love your neighbour
Christ said “Love your neighbour,
As yourself” – a worthy labour.
Love yourself with due respect,
So that charity you then reflect.
How can one, whom for self doesn’t bother,
Be able to sincerely love the other?
And do what Christ commanded,
Nothing too big has been demanded.
Help your neighbour in need,
Instead of being led by greed.
Help your neighbour in sorrow,
To let them be hopeful for tomorrow.
Be a true child of God in action,
Let your good works gain traction.
Pray for your neighbour to live pure,
That for eternity in grace they endure.
Posted on February 27, 2018, in Christ, Discipline, Poems, Relationship and tagged blessing of God on workers of good, christian living, Christian poem, dedication of good works, Eternal life (Christianity), Eternity, Good works, help the poor, helping others, intercession, living pure, poem, poems. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.