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.
If Not For the Silence
Trials and testings, though never pleasant in and of themselves, are designed to bring us closer to God and strengthen our faith. Spiritual growth, which often results from such trials, is the theme of this poem.
The Precious Word of God
This is a poem about the sufficiency of the Scriptures to instruct us concerning the origins and destiny of creation, morality, the character of God, and everlasting salvation.