Isaac sent this poem to us eons ago. Like, really. Eons. Anyway, it’ll always be relevant, so enjoy.
Mark, our very own prolific ex-Portlandite, has submitted yet another poem. And this one is timed perfectly with the appearing of Christmas lights and the sounds of Christmas songs on the radio. Thanks Mark! We miss you. Be sure to check out Mark’s website.
COVID-19 has been terrible. But it has, at least, given us time to slow down and think.
Nicholas has gone through a long and heartbreaking journey with his wife as cancer ravaged her body.
She recently passed but Nicholas is pressing on, as we all must do when tragedy strikes.
God is using Nicholas mightily to spread His truth as he deals with the loss of his wife. Many would blame God or lose hope. But Nicholas continues to place his trust and faith in God and is a bright light in a very dark place.
Here is Nicholas’ first poem posted on our website. Enjoy. I’ll be posting more poetry from Nicholas soon.
I was browsing through my computer and I found this old poetry submission from Mike Bullock that I had never posted. Not sure why I didn’t post it . . . maybe because now is the time I needed to read it.
Mike Bullock sent this poem in to truthsaves in 2014. Yeah, I’m a little behind.
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.
This poem reminds us that our job is to submit to His will and remain faithful ’til the end.
Sometimes it’s hard to know what God’s thinking. Our lives seem full of needless suffering and pain. We do all we can to please Him . . . yet, life remains hard. We don’t understand.
This poem reflects on God’s sovereignty as He guides and directs our lives. Our job is simply to submit to His will and remain faithful ’til the end.
As life ebbed from the two thieves, they took radically different paths. One chose life, the other death. Which will you choose?
Have you given any thought to what it must have been like for Jesus to watch the two thieves, as He hung on the cross? The thieves paint a perfect picture of us; one chose life, and the other chose death.
Just like them, we have a choice. We can choose to follow Jesus, and accept the invitation to His eternal party, or we can reject Him and choose never-ending suffering.
The choice seems easy to me.
My Brother the King takes the reader on a journey from creation to the present.
This beautifully crafted poem by Tim takes the reader on a journey from creation to the present.
It paints a vivid picture of Jesus Christ, our King, and how He unveiled His perfect plan – in order for us to be His friends and to spend eternity with Him.