Category Archives: Christian Poetry

Anticipation and Surprise

For my birthday my husband and sister gave me a most memorable gift, a visit to Germany to see my family – all by myself.  I can’t recall a time in my married life I have traveled alone for an … Continue reading

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Showers of Guilt

While finishing my quiet time, I asked (no, begged) the Lord to let me know His presence. I was like a little girl in the store asking her daddy to please let her pick up a piece of candy on … Continue reading

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“I don’t Negotiate!”

It’s been (and still is) a long, cold winter here in Wisconsin. The grass disappeared what seems like a decade ago and has been covered since with ice, snow, more ice and more snow. I love going on walks but … Continue reading

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Communion

Communion She wrapped her right thumb and pointer finger around the tiny, clear communion cup and cradled her left hand around it all. She stared into the dark grape juice. The music played softly in the background while the ushers … Continue reading

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PLEASE PRAY FOR THE HOMELESS

Originally posted on Wings of the Dawn:
 I pushed against the heavy, ice-covered, glass front door To take a peek into a frozen world. I was reminded of the many Who don’t look from a warm inside out, But have…

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Hesed

There are books that draw you in and change you. This is one of those books. Inexpressible Hesed, The Mystery of God’s Lovingkindness by Michael Card The following poem/prayer made its way from my heart after I read the chapter … Continue reading

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Perspective

I believe that great changes in life come as a result of small adjustments in our thinking. As Christians we must allow our tender and compassionate God to bend our view toward His treasures and our good. When we allow … Continue reading

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