Sonnet: Good Men Will Be Saved, Sinners Too

If intentions be good enough at birth,
And labor too be selflessly done, say:
Immense will be our successes in girth,
And it will come tho’, there be some delay.

If evil be our thoughts, Tho’ man be good,
And evil be the acts that follow them:
God will nip them off in the stage of bud,
And tattered soul’s fabric, He’ll surely mend.

When God loves sinners, yet abhors just sin,
How much still more, He loves His righteous men?
He can’t allow Satan’s henchmen to win;
He will redeem more souls for His Heaven.

A good man cannot do wrong for time long;
A sinner could be God-forgiv’n for wrong.

9-16-2002

by Dr. A.Celestine Raj Manohar M.D.,

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