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Poems by Kevin Smead

A Joyous Flight
This poem is about the fading things of this life, and the need to look to things eternal.

You Can't Be Good Enough finalist in poetry contest
Many people are misled into believing that they can go to heaven by their good works, or by their spotless character. But as the Bible says, "All have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God." Thankfully, God has given us the true remedy in Christ.

A Fancy In His Head
Many people deny God's existence, but the argue and fight for human dignity, rights, and equality. But without God, none of these things are possible. Therefore it seems that they have to borrow from the Christian worldview, in order to deny it.

A Poem on Psalm 46
Psalm 46 is one of the most well-known Psalms. Many souls have been blessed by hearing that God is a refuge and a present help. After reading this Psalm one weekend, I wrote this poem to express the thoughts that it conveyed to my heart.

Beware of Idolatry
The Bible warns us against idolatry. Idolatry is a great danger today, and there are many forms of it that we need to beware of.

The Truth of God
Many profess atheism, but no human mind can really rest in that position for long.. Even while they deny the existence of God, they assume others know who they are talking about. This proves that His existence is impressed upon the hearts of all.

AMEN
This is a simple little poem about a simple little word. It is a word that we say often when we pray, and when we attend church. We need to think about what it means, and then we need to say it with the conviction of faith.

The Socialistic Night
Socialism is the theme of this poem. It is here described a great threat to our freedom, our dignity, and our way of life. It can also be a heresy in that it reinterprets the life of Christ and the gospel in order to promote its collective vision.

What is the Source?
There are many people today who, while denying God, have a lot to say about human rights. The question is, without God, where do rights come from? This poem asks the question and concludes with an alternative truth. There is a God!