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A personal expression of thankfulness and praise to our loving God.I Threw a Coin Into the Sea
A man walks along the beach and throws a coin into the sea. He thinks of the value of that coin, and then considers that, save for grace, he has no more value than that coin.Politics
Revelation of Christ.Memories
Remembering true love... and reality.Trusting Abba
When the world begins to get us down, we need to trust Abba. This is a poem prayer about trusting Abba.Who Touched Me?
This poem is based on Mark 5:24-34, and is the story of Jesus healing the woman with the issue of blood, but through her eyes.“Serving God!”
My life experiences as I reflect early Sunday morning.The Price of Freedom
There are people in my family, some living and some who have passed on, who fought for their countries as soldiers in the military. Although in the news I hear some unpleasant truths about military life, I would like to honor their God-given motives.
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Hope and a Future
I was given a bible the day after being baptized with Jeremiah 29:11 inscribed inside by the gifter. It's a verse I visit often as a reminder during the healing process that there was, is and always will be found a purpose in the pain.Spiritual Cords
Each of us have attachments, or cords, that are formed throughout our lives. This poem celebrates each of these, especially the cord between the Holy Spirit and us.Gratitude
A response to God's generous supply for body and soul and promise of Heaven.Thankful Parts
Our bodies were made to worship the Lord. Every part for the praise of His name.The Reason
I've already seen Christmas items on the shelves in early October. While I appreciate something other than Halloween stuff, I'm still taken aback with the commercialization and compromise of Christmas and the Great Commission...Here are my thoughts.Job 8 • Born Yesterday
This poem is based on Job 8 and is part of a 40-poem series written from the Book of job. "Then Bildad the Shuhite replied: 'How long will you go on saying such things? The words of your mouth are a blustering wind. Does God pervert justice?'" Job 8:1-3aPsalm 2
Why do the nations rage and the peoples plot in vain? The kings of the earth take their stand and the rulers gather together, against the LORD and against His Anointed One: “Let us break Their chains and cast away Their cords.” Psalm 2:1-3Morning Glory
At a time of restrictions and concern about Covid19 I found this lovely flower a lovely distraction uplifting my spirit with the wonder of creation. Each bloom only lasts a daySings its song and then passes awayCovid Level Care
I have been thinking much about the efforts applied to stifle this persistent virus. I wondered what that effort might entail applied in other areas of life and ultimately in our relationship with the Lord.