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December 11, 2007
do you know I’m a Christian?
you can see it by my car
it’s conservative, economical
and it has a “Jesus-fish” at the back
you can see it by my cross
simple wood on a leather cord
it’s always ‘round my neck
you can see it at my desk
there’s a Bible on the shelf
and no cheesecake on the walls
you can see it in my words
of protest against all that’s sin
and rebellious against my God
do you know I’m a Christian
I hope you do but I don’t know
‘cause you’ve never said you do
as I was passing by
Kind of a riff on the ideas brought forward in
“The Pagan’s Nightmare,” by Ray Blackston.
Not that he’s alone, but that he did it so well.
Do You Know I'm a Christian?
A poem by Peter Rhebergen
Each New Day A Miracle
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