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Poems by Kristine Stanton

poem count: 222 | pages: 25 | first place: 3 times | second place: 5 times | finalist: 78 times
Tells of the days prior to, and the day of, the death of Christ.

Your Name Brings Music to Our Ears
A song of praise to the LORD. . .

This poems speaks to America - one nation under God - and how it obtained its independence.

This poem is about the unseen battles that surround us daily, and our request to be dressed in God's armor as protection from the evil rulers and authorities of an unseen world.

Help Us to Surrender
This poem is about surrendering "things" (idols) that we hold as treasures, here on Earth.

The Stillness - The Dark of This Night
It is the LORD that “giveth the sun for a light by day, and the ordinances of the moon and of the stars for a light by night,” (Jeremiah 31:35, KJV). This poems tells of the stillness witnessed on a particular dark night. . .

A Cherished Treasure Made for a Purpose
God, our Creator, knit us in our mothers’ wombs and breathed life into each of us—we are His cherished treasures made for a purpose in His Perfect Plan.

A Father's Blessing
This poems expresses the gratitude that a father has for his child - a gift - a blessing from our Heavenly Father.

Search Us – Look Through the Windows of Our Eyes finalist in poetry contest
This poem speaks to Psalm 139: 23-24, NIV: "Search me, God, and know my heart; test me and know my anxious thoughts. See if there is any offensive way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting."