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THE LIE – A Poem

The King of Glory, Jesus Christ, does not dwell in inanimate objects. * Isaiah 44:20 … Is there not a lie in my right hand? * THE LIE * The palm tree, lovely, regal, tall, The sculpture, most beloved by all, … Continue reading

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MY BIRTHDAY POEM

Just to be clear, I don’t think there’s anything wrong with singing Happy Birthday on any day of the week. But recently it was my birthday on the Lord’s day, and the Lord blessed me with this poem, a reflection … Continue reading

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A MOTHER’S PRAYER

A MOTHER’S PRAYER A child, a gift from God above, A child, to care for and to love, Her days on earth have just begun, Like morning dew and rising sun. * Oh Lord, I give this child to Thee, … Continue reading

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A Poem – Our personal experience regarding THE SWORD

THE SWORD Parents, brethren, child, in the flesh, Same family we do share, God’s Word, His Sword, came to our clan, Dividing wheat and tare. * The nearest, dearest, ones we love, Now keep quite far away, But pray we will, and … Continue reading

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“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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