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Poems by Kevn Smead

Unwavering Grace
Though our performance is up and down, and none of us can live as we desire, the faithfulness of our loving Savior will see us through to the end.
The Godless Journey
Many people seek to live their life without God. This is a life without real meaning, purpose, or hope. Thoughtlessly they stumble into the night. Of course, someday we will all be confronted with truth. Blessed are the one's who turn to Him now.
Glorious God
Every day I see more and more that I am nothing without help from above. Thankfully, God is always there to receive our praise, answer our prayers, and give us the provision that we so desperately need. Truly our God is glorious.
The Names of God
I have often received much comfort for my soul while meditating upon the various names of God in Scripture. These names of God, when thoughtfully considered, can be very instructive and uplifting for any believer.
Tribute to Norman Geisler
i saw the news today (7/1/2019) that Norma. Geisler, the great Christian apologist, had died. I thought it only fitting to write this simple poem in tribute to his legacy and testimony of faith.
Rest in Him
Saint Augustine once said, “Our hearts are restless till they rest in Him.” Those words inspired me to write this poem. I have also included his words in the third line of the third verse.
Hallelujah! Hallelujah!
This poem is about the death, resurrection, and ascension of our Lord Jesus Christ. We have reason to say Hallelujah!
The Genesis Account
The Genesis Account gives us all the pieces that we need in order to understand who we are as humans, what our purpose is, and what we stand in need of to live a meaningful life.. It's all right there in the book.
The Surrendered Son
This is a poem about the Garden of Gethsemane and the struggle that Christ went through as He prepared to endure the suffering of the cross. His disciples slept, and this reminds us that no one else contribute to our salvation. Christ alone must save.
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