Category Archives: Poetry

LOOK WHAT THE WORLD SEES – A Poem

LOOK WHAT THE WORLD SEES Look what the world sees Our Jesus blasphemed Christmas tomfoolery The Harlot church scheme Jesus and Reindeers And Santas and Scrooge Bring grief to my soul Unholy deluge Satan appearing An angel of light Twisting … 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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“GOOD FRIDAY”

The religious world calls today “Good Friday”.   “Good Friday” is a man-made tradition, a religious observance not found in the Bible. This morning my husband and I were remembering a “Good Friday” many years ago, before we were born … Continue reading

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