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Christian Poems

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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Carried Home
The work of Jesus doesn't stop until we are truly home.
It's not about me
I wrote this poem shortly after coming through recovery.Finding my faith and giving my life to Jesus.
Take Shelter
When storms come we take shelter. Jesus is the only shelter from the wrath of God that is coming.
Scripture Reference Luke 8:26-37 Written July 17, 2020
Without my Precious Cornerstone
Song Lyrics
Return To Me
Scripture reference: Psalms 135:16 Written 10/8/20
Think About It
The Consequences of sin
God Can Use Anybody
God Can Use Anybody
Story of Jonah

Top Poem Picks

Pain for Peace first in poetry contest
I was in excruciating pain when I wrote this a few weeks ago. I was in so much pain that I begged God to take me home. Evidently, God had other ideas - at least for a time. So today I am totally free of pain. I praise God for his grace and mercy.
I Walk With Him finalist in poetry contest
The joys of walking with Jesus expressed in rhyme
Our New Covenant Prayer
This is not the sinner's prayer. It is a prayer that my husband and I have agreed on based on New Testament teachings. "For the letter killeth, but the Spirit giveth life," II Cor. 3:6 b. Our aim is to walk in newness of spirit (Rom. 7:6).
The Picture of God finalist in poetry contest
A mother gives her son a picture of his dad to comfort him; compares this to having a picture of God.
When We Question Why
This poem is to uplift and encourage all who are burdened and distressed with life's situations. Let this poem be a little spiritual vitamin for you today.God Bless.
No Time to Waste
The urgency of the hour
Job 38 • Who Dare? first in poetry contest
After Job converses with his four friends for 35 chapters, God shows up in chapter 38 to set the record straight. And, boy, does he ask a lot of questions! Right from the get-go, he asks: “Who is this that questions my wisdom with such ignorant words?"
Winter's Chill second in poetry contest
I wrote this poem because of how evident it is that prophecy is being fulfilled and the Lord's return is coming nearer day by day. It was written to encourage us to use the time that we have been given wisely and to reach the lost for Jesus Christ.
The World has Said finalist in poetry contest
Based on 1 Corinthians 1 & 2. The world has said much to discredit Christianity as a simpleton's religion. Truth is there is a hidden wisdom that Christians alone perceive because it is spiritually discerned.