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Easter Poems

God in His brokenness turned away
Mark 15:34 - And at three in the afternoon Jesus cried out in a loud voice, “Eloi, Eloi, lema sabachthani?” (which means “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?”).See also Matthew 27:46

Tangerine Sunsets
Allow God to transform your sunsets

A Friend of Friday
Mark 10:33-34 In memory of Dr. William Watts, who battled cancer and fought the good fight to the end. He passed from this life on Good Friday. Why is Good Friday called "good" considering all that Jesus endured on that dreadfully awful day?

Latterly, Easter finalist in poetry contest
Lest we forget, how and why at Easter.

Share the Story
It describes how we can never repay the sacrifice Jesus made when he died on the cross except to share the story and bring others to God.

Follow Me
I would describe this as a very sad poem about a sad life that could have had it all but choose greed. In order for me to write this I had to become this person. It was a hard poem to write and I hope someone will read it and make the right choice.

A View from the Empty Tomb
This is a poem about the hope that comes from the Empty Tomb. It plays off of the paradox of that which is empty giving us fullness of hope. My prayer is that it will be inspirational for someone as we prepare to celebrate the resurrection of our Lord.

Joy at Sunrise
This is a poem I wrote for the Easter Sunrise service.

Easter Journey
A snapshot of the last period of our Lord’s earthly life.

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