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Poems by Ronald Ferguson

poem count: 33 | pages: 4 | finalist: 11 times
THE BLUE DRAGONFLY
God has given much beauty in Nature and Jesus used illustrations from the natural word in messages and sermons. We ought to observe more and then wonder about the aspects of creation that speak of the Creator.

BE NOT CONFORMED TO THE WORLD
Today is the age of compromise, in Governments, in churches, in behaviour, in legislation. Christians are of Christ's standard, not the world's. Compromise is very subtle and sometimes we don't even know we are doing it. Transformation not conformity.

THE TROUBLED NEW YEAR BEGINS
Prophetically we know wicked men will proceed from bad to worse. Chaos in the world will increase. This is not pessimism, but biblical reality. Read 2Tim chapter 3 about the last days. The Rapture is on the horizon. Let us all be real for the Lord.

THE 21st OF DECEMBER 2020
The 21st of December is the longest or shortest day of the year depending in which hemisphere you live. The poem looks at light that is abundant in the longest day, and for us, the longest day will be forever in the presence of God.

PSALM 3
I have a series called "Excerpt from Certain Psalms" and this is one of the Psalms. Psalm 3, a psalm of deliverance. The metre used in these chosen psalms enable the psalm to be sung. "St. Peter" is but one tune.

A SIMPLE FARMER’S DITTY
As it says, "a simple ditty." That means a plain and simple look at the goodness of God in a country or rural setting.

BEWARE THE FOWLER finalist in poetry contest
Psalm. 91:3 in the KJV reads, "Surely he shall deliver thee from the snare of the fowler, and from the noisome pestilence." The fowler traps birds with snares and traps. Satan lays traps to ensnare God's children and we are in a warfare. We must beware

WHAT MY SAVIOUR'S DONE
This sprung from the "ought" words that have much application to the Christian faith.

IN THE MANGER LAID
A Christmas Poem. This focusses more on the Shepherds. They had a special calling, an angelic one, and in obedience they went. Another lyric meant to be sung.