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‘He that without sin among you,
Let him cast the first stone’ on her.

She was accused of adultery;
Those who brought her wanted justice.

‘Such women shall be stoned to death.’
Laws of Mosses profess like this.

The woman was surprised by Christ;
The crowd dispersed without a word.

‘Father, forgive them.’ Said Jesus,
‘For they know not what they do.’,

At every fall of hammer
On the nail of Crucifixion.

Attack sin, not sinners, said He.
Forgive sin; sin no more, said He

Every saint has a past;
Every sinner has a future.

Christ wants to forgive you and me;
He wants you and me to forgive.

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There are few that would like to comment on any religious poetry here. There are those that will usually have their own views and sometimes express them and then the rest that just shy away. I prefer to comment on the work itself and leave the meaning and comprehension for someone else. I would suggest switching lines around so that it reads:

She was accused of adultery
Those that brought her wanted justice

Such women shall be stoned to death
Laws of Moses profess this

He that is without sin among you
Let him cast the first stone

The woman was surprised by Christ
The crowd left without a word

The rest I would leave as is.
~ Geezer.

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