What it cost through him


Someone ever so dear,

Special and always together

Taking sides with this special friend

Because he was always compassionate, friendly and loving

Everyone would want to have that special friend

People say my best friend

Who is your best friend?

The word friend, many do not observe its definition

There was a friend to a special friend

Envious and deceitful,

Pretending to be a good friend

It all showed off one day

Deceit never lasts long especially not to the one with whose might things are made

Betrayal of a higher climax

The statement “money is the root of all evil” taking its toll

What a friend?

It probably cost no more than the purchase of a house

But he did it anyway

It may have been interesting during the process,

The old man taking his place and throne in that heart,

Guiding skillfully the ready dark heart

What he must have thought while doing it

But the one above is always merciful,

Never leaving us without that small voice within

It is called the conscience

A well done betrayal to a dear friend,

He couldn’t watch the death of this friend

Obviously cost by him

What a world we live in

Many will say “that was cruel”

The truth is “that was a fulfilment”

Sad, he had to be used in the process of redemption

But then through his “act” we’ve been set free

Free from the bondage of sin

Through Judas, we’ve been made co-heirs with him

It is a pity he didn’t have the chance to repent

Like we all know, our God is merciful and would forgive no matter the depth of the sin,

Just come to him, counting the cost

Today, I am glad to be a partaker of this divine gift of God

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