Soft Scoop

An entertaining Christian poem reminding us to be patient.

Poems bore me sometimes (sorry) but this one’s good. I know, I’m weird; I have a section on my site devoted to poems and my attitude toward them sucks. But occasionally I come across a gem I really like so it makes reading them all worthwhile (I’m being a little goofy here; there are many truly amazing original poems on our poetry page).

Anyway, I’m off topic. You need to check out this poem – Soft Scoop.

It’s written by a guy (Mike Bullock) who calls himself “versical” and I can see why. He’s skilled at the art of wordsmithing.

cure – Another Poem

A poem of faith in Jesus.

Hetty – thank you!

I appreciate your poems, your testimony, and your words of encouragement more than you’ll know.

For those of you who don’t know, Hetty has suffered with seizures much of her life. But her faith is strong; she shines brightly in this dark sea of cyberspace.

Read her latest poem:

cure

What Christmas Means to Me

A Christian poem about the true meaning of Christmas – Jesus Christ.

Christmas. It’s almost here. We can focus on spending all our hard earned money in order to go deeply into debt so we can enjoy fighting an uphill battle to re-balance our finances for 2009, or we can focus on the real meaning of the season – Jesus Christ.

I choose the latter.

Tim’s written a poem describing a man with just this kind of focus – a man dedicated to knowing and finding His savior.

It’s called What Christmas Means to Me.

Beauty – A Poem by Mark

Our God radiates beauty. This poem reminds us of the God we serve.

Work sucks. School sucks. I don’t feel well. My throat hurts. I’m tired. It’s raining. Everything seems ugly and irritating.

Why? When my mind focuses on the things of this world rather than the beauty of God, everything seems drab and uninteresting.

Mark’s poem reminds us of God’s beauty. His creation, His mercy, His guidance . . . without God, life lacks meaning.

Check out this reminder of the amazing God we serve.

Two New Christian Poems

Two poems about Jesus Christ and the hope He has supplied to the world.

Here at truthsaves we love poems that glorify Jesus Christ. Recently we’ve received two excellent submissions. One is written by Joe Breunig, author of Reaching Toward His Unbounded Glory (http://www.squidoo.com/book-isbn-1419650513), and it’s about the truth revealed in Biblical archaeology.

Read Prism to Our Past here.

The other is a powerful poem by Scot Crone revealing the hope Jesus Christ graciously supplies to all those who trust in Him. It doesn’t matter what we’ve done or where we are in life – God waits for us. His mercies are new every morning.

Read Sunday’s Coming here.

Lord, Forgive Me – New Poem on truthsaves

Come now, let us reason together, says the LORD: though your sins are like scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they are red like crimson, they shall become like wool.
Isaiah 1:18 (ESV)

Here’s a new Christian poem from mamarocks.com. It’s called Lord, Forgive Me. When we plead with God for forgiveness, He listens and forgives.

Come now, let us reason together, says the LORD: though your sins are like scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they are red like crimson, they shall become like wool.
Isaiah 1:18 (ESV)

A Lesson from a Tree – A Christian Poem

This amazing Christian poem moved my heart.

Once again we have received a new poem . . . and once again Tim submitted it! As the site administrator, I’ve decided to publish it. Since we only accept high quality written work, Tim should feel very honored that this poem has been accepted as worthy of publication on truthsaves. O.K., I’m just messing around, obviously. I welcome Tim’s submissions and I’d welcome yours as well! Have you ever written a poem you want to share? Do you have a testimony you’d like to share? Do you have an article or lesson plan you feel people would benefit from? Submit it to us! We want it . . . so we can share it with the world. The site got almost 10,000 unique visitors in January, so traffic continues to increase. If you submit something to us, people will definitely read it.

Anyway, I’ll quit rambling.

Read Tim’s new poem here. It’s called “A Lesson From A Tree.”