Dear Homeless man I see you standing there alone Empty and probably hopeless with no place to call home
The winter cold breathe's on you it's icy kiss It adds to the pain doesnt it? To the voice of hoplessness beckoning you to death's dark abyss
Dear homeless man, why do you make me so afraid ? You're one of God's children and I should be lending you aid Dear homeless man I don't even know your name As I wait for a green light feeling selfish, uncaring and ashamed.
Dear homeless man, don't give up hope Don't ever become a hopeless man You probably wonder, if God is so good why doesn't he answer me ? The birds of the air and the fish of the sea he takes care of But what about me?
Dear Homeless man, I can't describe to you the emptiness I feel As I look at you and imagine what you go through, your struggle your world so...real.
My immediate response is to raise my hand and for you say a prayer My physical response is for you to shed a tear God said that I would do for the least of I do the same thing to Jesus and for you I did not take care of Is this what I do to the Lord above ? To his creation? That's the only question on my imagiation, as I drive home it's a steady fixation as I think, wow me, a christian , certainly this will lead to damnation....
Dear Homeless man I'm sorry, I wish I could drive you to my home and take you in. Tell you about Jesus, I know you know that life is tough but I'll tell you how through him you can win How the cause for your dilemna is through man and his sin but death didn't win I wish I could show you a new day right now but hopefully through my prayer at that traffic light , hope will reach in.
To the homeless man standing on Orleans street in Baltimore Maryland right after Johns Hopkins Hospital, God bless and I'm sorry I can't help. I hope God blesses you