Category Archives: Christian Poetry

Holocaust Remembrance Day (January 27th, 2018)

Trains filled with tears. On one way tracks, Pulled by invisible evil – passing gates that lie about freedom – Drawn by vile forces into hell. Fires, fueled by God’s own image. Ovens can’t burn hot enough to consume the … Continue reading

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Spirit Centered

Here is another square “poem” (maybe more prose).        “If you love me, you will keep my commandments. And I will ask the Father, and he will give you another Helper, to be with you forever, even the … Continue reading

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The Center of a Square

Today read about a “square poem”.  I loved it and tried it myself Made me think about my theology. I felt like playing Sudoku with Jesus! Here it goes … (it doesn’t quite rhyme … will work on that) You … Continue reading

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What Kind of Hate …

I know that none, not one, would come To God, without belief In Jesus Christ, His only Son. But yet, I rarely grieve. I know that no sincerity In faulty spun ideas Will bring lost souls prosperity But yet, I … Continue reading

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Amazing Grace

Awake the grace that you have shown – Though all my sins from birth you’ve known – The grace that showed my dire need For heart and soul to be set free.   Awake the grace that knows the law, Looks … Continue reading

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Christmas Memories

This morning the rising sun was leaving shadows of my Christmas tree on the wall of my living room. I was reminded that this Christmas, like all the other ones which came before, will soon be a memory. BUT GOD … Continue reading

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Letters to God

I had lined up the Christmas packages on the postoffice counter so the clerk could process them. While he weighed them and added my postage, I stuck stamps onto individual envelopes in a stack of Christmas cards. People behind me … Continue reading

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