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Here you will find poems about God, faith and many other topics dear to Christians. You can submit your own original poetry by joining. Click here, it's free. All poems are automatically entered into our monthly contest.

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When
When troubles come, turn to God
Score!
Win the race
Excitement was high at church today.
The speaker on Sunday morning spoke on John 21 - The restoration of Peter and Revelation 5 - Worthy is the Lamb
Like Humble Cloud
Do not be deceived by what you think you know- nor brag about the things you do.
Filled with Light
The Light of the world
Human Assessment
God's love for humanity.
What I Hold Dear
Sometimes, I get a writer's block. Even in those times, God seems to help me write the things I hold dear in my life.
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.
The True Voice
Speaking is one of God's characteristics, He spoke at the beginning and still speaks now.

Top Poem Picks

Cast Out
Just a poem about leaving the garden and trying to find our way back.
Just Oneplaced in poetry contest
This fun little poem is about my love of Oreo cookies. Sadly, I can't eat just one . . . .
Living Life
Living life in Christ
A Peaceful Storm
This poem was written to encourage believers who are going through the storm of life.
A Quiet Little Lambplaced in poetry contest
The world is a cruel place for many children. God loves all the little children and what we have done for them, we've done for Him.
The Journeyplaced in poetry contest
Written after the Palm Sunday service at church this morning
In His Grace
Living in His Grace
Every Step
Every step in the Lord
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.