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Poems About Truth

My People Know Me
Those who follow Christ strive to know Him. An invitation for those who don't yet know Him.

A Fancy In His Head
Many people deny God's existence, but the argue and fight for human dignity, rights, and equality. But without God, none of these things are possible. Therefore it seems that they have to borrow from the Christian worldview, in order to deny it.

The Shroud of Turin (Sonnet)
The faithful still believe the Shroud is Christ's burial cloth. Each day, with additional testing, the Shroud is proving to be authentic.

My hope for America
There are many gods in this world, but only one true God.

Beware of Idolatry
The Bible warns us against idolatry. Idolatry is a great danger today, and there are many forms of it that we need to beware of.

The Truth of God
Many profess atheism, but no human mind can really rest in that position for long.. Even while they deny the existence of God, they assume others know who they are talking about. This proves that His existence is impressed upon the hearts of all.

Be Careful finalist in poetry contest
This is a poem about the masks we wear -- those which help to keep us safe from Corona Virus and also all the other masks we wear which separate us from other people.

When we let them see our weakness, only then can they truly see His power.

Fairy Tales
Wishing things were perfect in this imperfect world and how God uses trials to teach us how to trust Him.

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