That Blessed Day
The Bible teaches us that Jesus Christ will come again. It also teaches that we should be looking forward to that day with expectation. But as we wait, we must also be working and sharing the gospel with others.
The Nagging Question Answered
Every believer struggles with the trials that they face, especially when contrasted with the way that many unbelievers seem to prosper. This poem addresses our struggles and rehearses the biblical answer to our nagging questions on this subject.
The Wonderful Exchange
The wonderful truth of the gospel is the truth of the substitution. Christ stood in our place on the cross so that believers could stand in His place in the favor of God. This is the only hope for sinners.
The Missionary's Resolve
This poem is based upon the words of the Apostle Paul in Romans 1. As the title implies, these words can also be spoken by other servants of God who are dedicated to the missionary endeavor to take the gospel to the ends of the earth.
The Call Divine
We sometimes find ourselves so busy pursuing our own dreams and ambitions that we forget the true purpose of our life. We let busyness take over our lives and it always brings us depression and anxiety. We need to get alone with God and refocus .
This is a poem about the attitude with which we approach life. As the Bible instructs us, we should not lay up our treasures on earth, but should strive to lay up treasures in heaven. As Christians we should live as pilgrims in this world.
God Raised Him Up
The Resurrection of Christ not only proves that Jesus is who He said that He is, but it also reminds us of the power of God in bringing life out of death. In addition, the resurrection is the proof that Christ's atonement was sufficient to put away sin.
The Dawning of Hope
This poem begins in the shadows of darkness but ends in the light of Christ. It is an attempt to paint a realistic picture of what one's outlook can be like without Christ, and what it can become through Christ.
One of the great truths that I heard as a new believer was about the tenses of salvation. We have been saved from the punishment of sin, we are being saved from the power of sin, we shall be saved from the presence of sin. That is the theme of this poem.