ChristArt.com
Login | Support
BECOME A MEMBER
Images Activity Sheets Books Poetry

Poems by Douglas Knighton

Vine and Branches
A poem to reframe the vineyard metaphor for kids. "I am the true vine and my Father is the gardener. Remain in me, and I will remain in you. If you remain in me and my words remain in you, ask whatever you want, and it will be done for you." (John 15)
Patiently God Teaches Me
Who better to learn from than our divine instructor. Jesus said, “You call me ‘Teacher’ and ‘Lord;’ and you are right,; I am" (John 13:13). “I am Yahweh, your deity, who teaches you how to succeed, who leads you in the way you should go” (I
All The Angels Sang
Everyone loves singing "Deck the Halls." This poem offers more Christ-centered content for that delightful tune. Luke 2:14 — A multitude of the heavenly host praised God singing, “Glory to God in the highest!”
God's Christmas Lamp
The salvation God prepared is a light for revelation to the nations. As the light of the world, Jesus reveals God's good intentions for creation and if we are rebelling against them or responding positively to them
Highest Thanks winner of poetry contest
I will give thanks to Yahweh because of his righteousness, and will sing praise to the name of Yahweh Most High. Psalm 7:17
The Enigmatic Ride
In Luke 19 Jesus talks about the noble who traveled in order to receive the authority to rule as king. In John 12 Jesus pauses during his procession to mount a donkey. Matthew links the donkey ride to Zechariah’s prophecy. This poem combines the pieces
All the Angels Sang
The tune for "Deck the Halls" is fun to sing, but the lyrics which traditionally accompany the tune don't express the Christian's heart. This poem celebrates the Christmas and takes advantage of the familiar sounds of a delightful tune.
Christmas Sonnet 2015
I was thinking about God's promise In Isaiah 9:6-7 that he would send us a special child, and about the special child he sent in the person of my grandson this year. This sonnet is the result of those converging trains of thought.
social media buttons share on facebook share on linked in share on twitter share on google plus