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Man with a Load
We carry unnecessary loads.Knock Knock
There was a knock on the old door, but knew not who that knock was for...VACCINE MADNESS
Look through the hype and bluster and search for the truth underneath. It is what they say it is or something more sinister?Foolishness Or The Power Of God
We have a choice when it comes to our response to the preaching of the cross.The Stones We Throw
How words can be as hurtful and deadly as the stone thrown at StephenDon't let the What if?
Don't let the "What if?" stop youTHEY ALL FORSOOK HIM AND FLED
Fear may cause some Christians to deny the Lord or slink away from fellow Christians. This poem considers the Disciples on the betrayal night who for fear, ran away.THE ARTIST AND THE GYPSY GIRL
This outreach poem was taken from a tract that contained a true story. I faithfully retold the story of that tract in poetry form and did it over two years. It is the story of an artist and a model he contracted for him. The highlight is the painting.Numb
Raw, honest experience showing it’s natural and okay for Christians to experience despair due to daily life.
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CHRIST - OUR SUPPORT IN HURT
Where can I get help for difficult times? We can't solve problems ourselves but we need God's help. God understands when we are having difficulties and we need the Lord to see us through, to be our help in pain. Experience proves God is faithful.The First Christmas Day (Sonnet)
The world has lost something precious. And it has lost it behind presents, Christmas trees, Santa Claus, elves, reindeer, and other secular pomp and circumstance. Jesus IS Christ-mas, and too many have lost sight of that.Reborn (Sonnet)
A first person perspective on the suffering our sins inflict upon our Savior, and how He returns grace for every blow!Lest Ye Be Judged
God knew my love for rhyming verse, and it was through this medium that he chose to teach me. If I had questions, I'd sit down to write, and the answers came. Many of my poems deal with the clash between the world ... and God.Centurion
With this piece, I wanted to tell the crucifixion story through the eyes of a Roman Centurion who had, himself, come to believe in the divinity of Christ.THE SINNERS LAMENT
It is terrible to think about what will be the fate of the sinner in the hands of an angry God.THE WICKED MAN
We all know some. Some of us used to be one. One thing is for sure...the World is full of them.JESUS OUR PROTECTOR
The name says it all. Where would I/we be without him?We'll Meet Him In The Air
Our blessed hope!. No matter how bad the world gets around us, never fail to remember that our Lord is coming for his precious Bride.