JUDGE ME NOT Judge me not for my choices Judge me not for my lifestlye for I have no knowledge of the sin I am in I may be an unwed mother or I may be a wayward father You may see me as an abuser an alcoholic or a user but my sin is far greater than these You may see me a murderer a dealer a stealer but my sin is greater than these May-be I'm a serial killer or may-be I lie but far greater is that I don't care about you for I don't care about God or if I die If you desire to help me I need to hear the truth to know I am a sinner to know I need a savior I do not need your food stamps I do not need AFDC I do not need a shelter it's Jesus that I need You can build a shelter to keep me out of the cold but I'll always go back for my free will is greater than all that foolish welfare If you took away the shelter's and you took away my food I'd be forced to clean up and get a job like you If you shared that I'm a sinner and someday I'd go to hell I'd be forced to look at myself You go to church on Sunday You profess to be saved Show me why I should change my life and live a different way You live upon a hilltop your lives are untouched I dare you come down here if you love me all that much Friend, I am a lowly sinner not much different than you It is only money and a job that separates the too I cannot stand and condemn you I've never walked in your shoes but Jesus did and suffered and died to make a way for you God sees us all as filthy rags those on the streets and those in mustangs Although I have a job and I sleep in a warm bed there's food upon my table and a comfortable house to live in I really do understand We are both the same take this house from me take these clothes I wear take away my job and I will know despair When we stand before God naked and we're judged for all our sins only one thing will separate us I let Jesus in. Author's Comments: "There is but one thing that truly matters for we are all sinners, when it is all said and done, do we know Jesus. Is He our Savoir. Have we accepted the gift that He so lovelingly gave us." 25 stanzas, 91 lines, couplets, triplet, quarain, cinquain.