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Poems On Other Topics

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Shattered Dreams
It is so easy to be fooled into thinking the fast lane of life, means 'we've made it big.' All to often it leaves us with shattered dreams, and broken, ruined lives.
by
Gertrude Jefferies

Who�s Image
It is so important that we live the Gospel, as well as tell it. God needs his children to be the gospel in action as much as in words.
by
Gertrude Jefferies

Sonnet of Grace
Amazing grace, how sweet the sound...
by
Janet Martin

Boxing Day 2004. (The Tsunami)
You may be unfamiliar with the term Boxing Day. In England the title is given to tne day after Christmas day. On the day in question, I was listening to early morning radio. The reporter said, "Some were asking where is God" What might an O.T.prophet s
by
Albert Watson

Simplewinner of poetry contest
Let Him work.
by
mike bullock

Filthy Rags and Shrivelled Leaves
I got the idea for this poem from Isaiah ch64vs6.This I feel is a pretty good description of England in these days
by
Albert Watson

In this Bible!
I wrote this poem and placed it in a Bible that I gave to a man that I had been witnessing to in jail. He had many struggles along the way. So I wanted to encourage him to read the Word!
by
Patricia Joan Polhans

The Law of Sowing and Reaping
Spiritual truths about God's willingness to bless us as we steward the resources He has given us
by
George Cuff

The Mysterious X
The idea for this poem came from a lesson given by my co-leader in the youth work we ran. Some of his material is incorporated.
by
Albert Watson

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