A poem about the true meaning of Christmas. Are you focused on money? Gifts? Santa? Lights? Forget about that stuff & remember Jesus.
This poem reminds us that Christmas isn’t just about blowing money. It’s not about going into debt, about giving the most or getting the most, or about Santa Claus. It’s about the Jesus of the Bible, the One who came to earth to give us eternal life. Let’s try keeping our focus where it belongs this Christmas season.
Christmas is Coming
Only Jesus. Only Jesus saves. Only Jesus heals. Only Jesus gives eternal life. Only Jesus. A poem by Cindy Wyatt.
Cindy’s sent in another poem (last May, I know—sorry Cindy) and now it’s finally posted. Geez, I’m behind. Hopefully I’ll get through May soon. If anyone has anything to send in (a poem or testimony) please know that it will be posted, but probably not for a while.
Anyway, I think the title says it all for this poem. Only Jesus can infuse meaning into a meaningless existence.
Three Nails—a poem about the suffering Jesus endured for us on the cross.
A Christian poem reminding us that not only did Jesus suffer—He suffered so that we could live forever. He suffered so that death could be defeated.
What does the cross mean to you? A poem.
A Christian poem sent in by Bob. The significance of the cross is lost on so many. Followers of the Jesus of the Bible should be keenly aware of its significance.
A Christian poem about the defeat of death and the glory that awaits the followers of the Jesus of the Bible.
Tom sent in this poem, well, at the end of February, and I’m just getting to it. So that tells you about my back-log. Sorry . . . if you’ve submitted a poem or a testimony, trust me, it’ll get up here someday.
Anyway, this poem reminds us that one day Jesus will set up His kingdom, gather His own to Him and defeat death. What a glorious day that will be.
In the End
Salvation is offered freely to all. It doesn’t matter what you’ve done. God is waiting to transform your life. A poem.
Mike sends in poems once in a while and I don’t post them for about 10 years. So, I’m happy that he continues to send in poems even though I’m so slow at getting them up.
This one, Salvation, really hit home with me. I have already obtained salvation, by the grace of Jesus Christ, but there is still internal strife that needs to be overcome. Sin still crops up. Satan still battles for my soul. Transformation is still necessary for me to grow into the person Jesus wants me to be.
With the love of Jesus Christ in our hearts, we can live meaningful lives. A poem by Shirley.
A poem by Shirley. With the love of Jesus Christ in our hearts we can live lives of fulfillment and peace.
A Christian poem by Mike Bullock reminding us to make a difference for Jesus this year.
O.K. I realize it’s nowhere close to the beginning of 2010; in fact, it’s about the middle of the year, but I will say that Mike submitted this poem on January 2, 2010. I’m just a little behind in updating the site (O.K., a lot). Anyway, Mike, thanks for the submission. I love the poem and I love the message. Let this poem motivate you to live for Christ and really make a difference for the rest of 2010.
A poem about Jesus. How many reasons do YOU have for loving Him?
Mark gives us lots of reasons why we should love Jesus in his new poem. Maybe you can think of some others and come up with your own poem!