Category Archives: Christian Poetry

“Unto Myself,” He said.

From Streams In The Desert… * Fearing to launch on “full surrender’s” tide,  I asked the Lord where would its waters glide  My little bark, “To troubled seas I dread?” “Unto Myself,” He said. * Weeping beside an open grave … Continue reading

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GOD IS NOT UNOBSERVANT

From”Streams In The Desert”… “God Is Not Unobservant For so the LORD said unto me, I will take my rest, and I will consider in my dwelling place like a clear heat upon herbs, and like a cloud of dew … Continue reading

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WHEN IS THE TIME TO TRUST?

From “Streams In The Desert”… “Let me prove, I pray thee, but this once with the fleece – Judg 6:39 There are degrees to faith. At one stage of Christian experience we cannot believe unless we have some sign or … Continue reading

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CHRISTMAS – A Poem

CHRISTMAS Thanksgiving’s gone, another year, The race is on, we’re in high gear. Black Friday, the official date, The shopping mall, our starting gate. *  So many trees, and twinkling lights, Ah, gifts galore, oh what a sight! The houses … Continue reading

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A FAVORITE POEM …

I became acquainted with this poem quite a while ago when the author left a comment on my blog. It so touched my heart that I asked her at that time if I could post the poem on my site. … Continue reading

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