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Poems by Janette Lueveen

poem count: 38 | pages: 5 | second place: 1 time | finalist: 10 times
IN A LITTLE WHILE
In a world so full of troubles and wickedness, we anxiously await God's call. Sometimes it seems it seems so far off. Yet Peter said God is not slow in keeping His promises, --He is just extending grace a bit longer, not wanting anyone to perish.

A TINY PUZZLE PIECE
Sometimes you may feel small and insignificant but God has you in His sight. Set pride aside and accept who you are. Place your trust in God's timing and in His will. Your reward will be a place in His masterpiece.

BEAUTY VANISHED
External beauty is momentary. The lessons of life however can create an internal beauty that is eternal.

OLD MANSION
Man strives to build for himself wealth, prestige, power, and acclaim. But of what worth are these things in the end. The wise eagerly forgo the short lived pleasures of life and look forward to the mansion God has prepared for His faithful.

THANKFULNESS THROUGH THE YEARS
Fortunate are those who have Godly people to teach, encourage and guide them through life. Recognize their influence and be Thankful for them. Remember also to thank God for placing them in your life.

A NOAH WARNING
It is said that if you forget the past, you are bound to repeat it. This is proven throughout Biblical history. The human race has poor memory but if we study the word of God regularly, we will recognize patterns--patterns that should give us warnings.

GOODBYE OLD YEAR
Life is short, time is short so look forward to each new year with hope and praise for our Lord.

REMEMBERING CAROL
"Challenged" people can be hard to befriend but they need love the most. Behind their annoying behavior they are crying for love and acceptance. Perhaps the tragic end to this poem will remind everyone to love the unlovable as Christ loves us.

JUDGEMENT DAY REGRETS
When our knees will kneel before Him, The truth about ourselves will then be revealed, perhaps to our regret.