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Salvation Poems

Wherever you Go finalist in poetry contest
We can't escape ourselves. Wherever we go, we take ourselves along. The Lord changing the heart and who we are is always better than simply a change of where we are.

Purchased In Red finalist in poetry contest
When speaking about the blood of Calvary is becoming a taboo subject, it's good to be reminded of the price that was paid so salvation could be freely offered and enjoyed, and of the hope we now have because of the blood of Christ.

The Hand of God
This poem tells of one man's past and how he cried out to the Lord in distress - asking forgiveness. It also tells of the Lord hearing this man's plea and answering, with love - how the Lord extended His arms and drew this man to Him.

Meet Me Where I Am
When we want to do things on our own, pride can lead us astray and estrange us from Christ - we become lost and all alone . . . However, we are blessed with a God who is forgiving, when we atone for our sins, and ask Him to meet us where we are.

Haven’t you heard?
Inspired by Zephaniah 3 : 17 “The Lord God is in your midst, a mighty one who will save; He will rejoice over you with gladness; He will quiet you by His love; He will exult over you with loud singing.”

The Stranger finalist in poetry contest
Many feel broken - hopeless - lost, but there is hope. Jesus draws close to the brokenhearted and saves those willing to trust Him with their crushed spirit. He sets free those who accept His gift of Salvation - He was once a stranger, and now a friend.

Help My Soul Repent finalist in poetry contest
Our Father cares about each of us and our salvation. At times, He sends others to lovingly guide us to a pathway of repentance.

He Took My Cloak
The words of this poem came to me at an unexpected time. Homeschooling with my daughter was not going well and I was getting frustrated. All of a sudden the words "He took my cloak" came into my head. God provided and my hand wrote.

Another Soul was Won
The kindness of a stranger can lead others to Christ, Our Savior. “Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new.” (2 Corinthians 5:17, KJV) 

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