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Bible in Rhyme

Guilty No More finalist in poetry contest
I was struggling one night with an overwhelming since of unworthiness. I cried out to God and He gave me a vision. It was the story of the woman caught in adulatory only I was seeing it from the woman's point of view. This poem is that vision.

For I Am Persuaded
Putting Romans 8:38-39 to rhyme.

Psalm 1
This poem is an attempt at putting Psalm 1 to rhyme, and was inspired by John Milton's exquisite poem of the same name.

The Record
A poetic rendition of 1 John 5:11-12, as these Scriptures are rendered in the King James Bible.

Living Water
This poem reflects on the conversation between Jesus and the woman at the well. So often in life we are striving for contentment. However, its only when receiving what Christ’s offers that we can be fulfilled.

Proverbs 1 finalist in poetry contest
Wisdom calls out in the street, she lifts her voice in the square; in the main concourse she cries aloud, at the city gates she makes her speech: “How long, O simple ones, will you love your simple ways? How long will scoffers delight in their scorn?"

The Rich Man and Lazarus
Written after reading Luke 16:19-31Lord, help me not to be so rich that I forget about You,or so poor that I am tempted to steal.

A Time For Everything
I wrote this poem in 1999, after reading Ecclesiastes 3:1.

The raising of Lazarus
Inspired by John 11 : 35 - 45

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