Unworthy

You don’t want to know me
I am just like you

I am wonderfully made
Or so I have learned
Knit finely together

But that was long ago
And I am rent
Who will mend my net?

I long for the refiner
For the fuller’s lye
My talents are impure
My linen is soiled

I must be purified
The kingdom of God is at hand

I know that my redeemer lives
But when I meet him
What will he see?

A shredded seine
My filthy rags
A heap of slag

He will turn away, just
Like you

I don’t want to know him

About Greg Wright

I have worn many hats as a writer and editor over the years. These blog entries will be more akin to the newsletter columns I wrote for Normandy Christian Church and Puget Sound Christian College in the "old days" than my more recent journalistic work at Hollywood Jesus, Past the Popcorn, or SeaTac Blog. They will also be of a more overtly spiritual nature than most of my recent work.
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One Response to Unworthy

  1. Greg Wright says:

    A reflection on John 1:35-51, from Peter’s POV.

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