The Doomed and the Damned

There once was a Muslim, he was humble and good
He cared about others, as all humans should.
He fought against evil with powerful words
His wit and his mind were sharper than swords.
He prayed often to God and asked for His grace
He preached truth and justice, regardless of the place.
He never would cower or shrink from the fight
Of good against evil and wrong against right.
And to any observer it was quite plain to see
That he strived to become the best person he could be.

But alas, for him! He was no Zionist Christian
And some find it their duty to tell
That he never supported the Jewish agenda
And so he went straight down to hell.

There once was a Jew, he abandoned his faith
To go follow Christ, so that he might be saved.
Of Israel’s bombs the whole world he warned
Then for 18 years suffered in jail for his Lord.
But still for justice and goodness he fought
He did not give up. His soul could not be bought.
He practiced humility and suffered oppression
But never would he agree to a concession.
And to any observer it was quite plain to see
That he strived to become the best person he could be…

But alas, for him! He was no Zionist Christian
And some find it their duty to tell
That he never supported the Jewish agenda
And so he went straight down to hell

There was once a maiden, she was young and sweet
When she was shot to death on Palestine’s street.
While taking a simple walk to the store
A Jewish gun fired, and she was no more.
A hole in her stomach coughed out innocent blood
That took life from her body and put it into the mud.
She knew life was fading before her own eyes
Death was standing before her with no dark disguise.
And the last words uttered by this maiden of 8
Were simply these three-’God is great’.

But alas, for her! She was no Zionist Christian
And some find it their duty to tell
That she never supported the Jewish agenda
And so she went straight down to hell.

There once was a woman, she was Christian and brave
She traveled to Palestine, the people to save.
While protesting destruction of Palestinian homes
The Jews’ bulldozer deliberately crushed all her bones.
For trying to save lives, hers was taken away
For being a heroine, her reputation was slain.
For loving justice, she was shown none
Her life, when under the bulldozer was done.
She had hatred for evil and all that is wrong
Her nature was true, her passion was strong.

But alas, for her! She was no Zionist Christian
And some find it their duty to tell
That she got in the way of the Jewish agenda
And so she went straight down to hell.

There once was a man, he was a liar, a thief
The only thing that concerned him was his money to keep.
He called himself Christian, but this was a lie
For his work caused so many to suffer and die.
He lied to the world and led people astray
And his riches with blood innocent people had to pay.
He was the most lying, hypocritical wretch on the earth
And not one filthy penny was his damned soul worth.
And to those who had eyes it was quite plain to see
The he was as rotten as could possibly be.

But hooray for him! He was a Zionist Christian
And it seems it’s our duty to tell them
That He ALWAYS supported the Jewish agenda
And so he went straight up to heaven.

2007 by Stefania Glenn
sglenn@crescentandcross.com

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4 comments so far

  1. Rehmat on

    Good insight Stefania – Thanks.

  2. Wafa on

    Excellent poem that really shown light. Keep the words of justice coming.

  3. Gabriel on

    A very poignant expression of how God views present-day Pagan Christianity.

    For all who claim the name of their Savior, there is coming soon a catastrophic revelation of God’s Son that will separate those who believe Him, from those who simply believe about Him — who only believe a set of doctrines fed them from polluted pulpits. This event will be as separating in this day, as His Cross was in Jesus’ day. To the Jews at that time, it was utterly unthinkable that any Jewish Messiah would die on a Pagan cross. It simply did not fit their interpretation of Scripture.

    To the Christians today, the same offense, in a different manner, will come. It will effectively separate those with merely a profession, from those who have truly entered the intimacy of the Marriage of the Lamb.

    Thank you, Stefania

  4. michael on

    Very well written. I really like the message


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