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.
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.
This poem by Michael Sawh really got me thinking about my life–where I’ve been, what I’ve done–and how Jesus has embraced me and given me mercy and a new hope. Amazing! Click the link below to read Michael’s poem.
This poem by Cindy presents a clear illustration of what it means to love and be loved by the Jesus of the Bible.
Poetry speaks to some people . . . not to others. I’ll have to admit it doesn’t move me all that much (most of the time). Regardless of that, the poetry section on this site is growing faster than any other section. It’s also the most visited page on the site. So, apparently, poetry does speak to a lot of people. I have many more poems to post; I’m still way behind. In fact, the one I’ll tell you about in a minute was submitted in April. But it’s the last submission in April, and now I’m into May! I’m hoping to catch up soon. If you’ve submitted anything it’ll show up eventually.
Anyway, the poem I’m introducing today was submitted by Cindy. I love her poetry. She always presents a clear message of what it means to love and be loved by the Jesus of the Bible.
The Great Divide – a poem about the most important choice we will ever face – life or death. Which will you choose?
This poem by Cindy (I love Cindy’s poems) sets out the fact that we all have a clear and conscious choice to make. We can choose Jesus, and choose to live, or we can choose to reject Him, and suffer the consequences.
Will you choose life? Or death?
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.
A poem about crying to God in times of trouble. He will never leave or forsake us.
No matter what your circumstances, God will hear your cries for help. Remember, He loves you and He’ll guide you through the fire.
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!
A Christian poem. Life’s full of storms. We all know it; we face trouble daily. But the testing of our faith develops perseverance.
Miracle of miracles. I’m actually doing something with this website. I am finally posting something. It’s a new poem by Belinda. And it’s pretty cool (thanks for sending it in). It describes life’s storms. I’m going through storms right now at work. All of us experience troubles. We need to stay straight on the path. We need to keep our eyes on the prize. The testing of our faith develops perseverance. Thank God He knows what’s best for us.