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Here you will find poems about God, faith and many other topics dear to Christians. You can submit your own original poetry by joining. Click here, it's free. All poems are automatically entered into our monthly contest.

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Since Love Came Down
Some Christmas thoughts.
Strengthen Me, Lord
To be strengthened in the Lord
A Quiet Life
I wrote this poem after reading 1 Thessalonians 4:11. It says: This should be your ambition: to live a quiet life, minding your own business and working with your hands ...
Little Christmas Tree
Wrote this poem ater watching tree lights flicker on a manger scene in 2007.
Thanksgiving was my first husband's favorite holiday. I wrote this poem on 11-15-07 because he was sick battling Colon Cancer and I knew he probably wouldn't be with us another year. He died August 11th, 2008.
Go in Peace Dear One
Death isn't the end for those who have gained salvation. Great joy awaits! Praise the Lord!
Did you make a difference?
it's a question that we all ask ourselves. I wrote this shortly after the passing of an 84-year-old, I was her caregiver, and she was a dear friend.
The Rich Man and Lazarus
Written after reading Luke 16:19-31Lord, help me not to be so rich that I forget about You,or so poor that I am tempted to steal.
Once And For All
I wrote this poem in 1999, after reading Romans chapters 6-7. It speaks of how Christ died on the cross once, so that all people could be saved.

Top Poem Picks

If it wasn’t for the Lord above. finalist in poetry contest
A poem I wrote about why I am thankful! It is a good thing to look back at all the trouble from which the Lord has spared you.
Reformation Day first in poetry contest
This is a poem about the Reformation. Martin Luther was a man with many faults, but despite these many faults, he still did a mighty work in recovering many wonderful gospel truths, and getting the Bible into the hands of the common people.
Vessels Unto Honour
2 Timothy 2:21 If a man therefore purge himself from these, he shall be a vessel unto honour, sanctified, and meet for the master's use, and prepared unto every good work.
Messengers Of Truth finalist in poetry contest
When it comes to serving God, not every path is easy. The Prophets and Apostles were the first human messengers of truth. Jesus was the Divine Messenger Of Truth. That path didn't end 2000 years ago. Average souls still walk it today.
Poem for God finalist in poetry contest
This poem speaks of how wonderful God’s creation is - the stars, flowers, bush, mountains, etc. It finishes with a compelling question about recognising all of God’s handiwork in nature and yet daring to doubt His existence.
I Didn't Know finalist in poetry contest
We all grow up from infancy not knowing God. It is His grace and mercy that finds us once we hear His truth.
Lamentations finalist in poetry contest
I recently wrote poems for the five chapters of Lamentations. Here are excerpts of the first several stanzas for each of those poems.
All The World Will See
This is a poem based on Psalm 2. The world kicks against the truth, but the truth does not change. Christ is King, and blessed are all those who trust in Him.
Ask and receive finalist in poetry contest
Inspired by Matthew 7 : 7 - 8 and Mark 9 : 23