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Poems by Carol Connell

Writer Of My Story
In Hebrews 12:2, Jesus is called the author and finisher of our faith. Day by day, He is writing my life’s story. Not every chapter is necessarily pleasant, but He truly knows what is best!

Creatures Of The Night
Nocturnal animals are not the only ones that labor in darkness. There is a spiritual darkness with busy laborers as well.

The Way Of Suffering
Sometimes it is God's will for us to suffer some things, but He always has a good reason for allowing it. May we continue to walk in trust during difficult times.

Mini Monoverse Fall And Redemption Of Man
I was reading one day about some different poetry forms and came across the mini monoverse. It seemed simple but complex at the same time. I decided to try it using the fall and redemption of man as my theme.

I Shouldn't Have Looked, God Shouldn't Have Looked
I tried to see through the eyes of David in writing this poem. David sinned when he allowed his eyes and heart to take him in the wrong direction, but thanks to the grace and mercy of God, his failure did not define his future.

Dirty Hands Clean Money
The title of this poem comes from a bumper sticker I saw on a pick up truck while driving on the highway. As I thought about those 4 words, this poem was born.

A Different Lighthouse second in poetry contest
I am forever grateful for the day that Jesus called me out of darkness and into His marvelous light!

Not Up For Election
I wrote this shortly after our last presidential election. God will always be God, whether we believe in Him or not. It’s impossible to vote Him out!

Tempted By Their Helplessness
Human life is greatly devalued in our present society. This poem deals with one aspect of that.