One of my favorite poets, Mark, has finally sent in another poem (I have lots of favorite poets by the way, so don’t take offense). It’s called Colors and its simplicity is what makes it so moving. Click the link below to read it.
A poem about the home that God is preparing for those who love Him.
Jesus Christ died on the cross. Then He rose from the dead. Then He ascended into heaven where He’s currently preparing a home for those who love Him. Check out this sweet poem by Claire.
The USA owes its allegiance to Jesus Christ.
Robert sent in this poem a long time ago and I’ve finally posted it. Yea, Me!
This poem is a great reminder that the USA, as a country, owes its freedom to God. Just as He’s blessed the USA, He could just as easily remove His favor.
Are you an amchair Christian or do you live every moment for Jesus? ROCK—a poem by Mike.
This poem from Mike reminds us that our lives need refining. God is never through working on us. We can be armchair Christians, enjoying our holiness on Sunday morning, or we can live every waking moment for Christ.
People can make us feel like crap. Fortunately, God always accepts us for who we are. A poem about being a child of God.
People have a tendency to be cruel. People can make us feel like we’re nobody. People can ridicule us, tease us, bully us, walk all over us . . . but we have someone who always sees us for who we really are—Jesus Christ. He loves us and He shows no partiality. Rachel’s poem reminds us that it’s only God’s view of us that really matters.
This poem reminds us that everything we are and have is because of Jesus Christ.
Everything we are is because of Jesus. We owe Him everything. The following poem reminds us of that.
Hard Drive – a Christian poem that reminds us to keep our eyes on Jesus.
Another awesome Christian poem by Mike Bullock. This poem reminds us that we need to keep our eyes fully on Jesus.
A poem about the U in Jesus.
Did you know that U were in God’s plan before the beginning of time? U were. Check out this clever poem about the U in Jesus.
A poem that’s a prayer—asking for the strength to resist temptation.
A Christian poem about resisting temptation.
Is it possible to be caught in a net and to like being caught? A poem by Tim.
A poem that talks about being caught in a net, but appreciating it. Yeah, I know it sounds confusing, but you’ll get it once you read it.