Yes, I know I’m behind. Way behind. Grossly behind. I just scrolled to the end of my unanswered emails (for truthsaves) and the last one contained this poem, from 08/11/2014. I like the poem so I’m posting it now. It reminds us of the significance of communion.
Mark has decided, once again, to bless our site with some words of truth. Such simple words, but so revealing.
Thank you, Mark.
Click the link below to check out Mark’s poem and stick around – more content coming soon.
We humans create our own destinies. We forge our own identities and we have no need of any sort of god. Do we?
The devil is real and he’s out to get you. So watch out! Anyway, here’s a poem written from his viewpoint. It should serve as a reminder that we should be ever vigilant against Satan’s tactics.
Finally. Another post! I am sorry I have been so slow to post anything lately. We have much content in queue but time for work on the site has been escaping me. But for tonight, here’s a poem to bless you. Click the link below to read the poem.
This poem reminds us that life means nothing without God. We can strive to be the richest, the best, the fastest, the strongest–but none of it means much if God’s not in it. Make sure to include God in everything you do if you want your actions and decisions to have eternal consequences.
Here we have a thought-provoking Christian poem called First Time, and ironically it’s also the first time Ben has ever submitted a poem to us! It really made me think about God’s feelings as He watches over us and waits for us from the moment of conception. How must it make Him feel when He has so much to give us and we decide to ignore Him? How would it feel if my own daughter rejected me? Anyway, these are the thoughts I had as I was reading the poem. Check it out for yourself by clicking the link below.
Liz James lived a quiet life. But she lived a meaningful life–a life lived out in service to others. Long alone, she suffered through many disappointments and sorrows but her faith stayed strong. Would our faith remain strong in such circumstances? Tim’s poem was written in memory of the life of Liz James. Click the link below to read it.
Mike wrote this poem . . . and he’s British (I think) so it’s OK. But I think the message he’s trying to get across is much more global in nature: if we’re Christians and we know the Good News, then we should share it. Keeping it to ourselves can have tragic consequences. Click the link below to read Mike’s poem.