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Christian Poems

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.

Latest Poems

God I beg you
The form is Sonnet
My spiritual guide
Form is Sonnet
God's Hand
God will always shelter and guide us with His mighty hand. We need only to trust Him in this regard.
Our Loss, But Heaven's Gain
It has been two Father's Days since my Daddy has gone to Heaven. I miss him. Remembering the good times, eases some of the pain of his absence. I wrote this for his Memorial service January 29, 2016.
Dad My Lighthouse
Good Christian dad's mean more than they know.
Tears of Thanks
There are many reasons why we cry tears, and some of them are tears of thanksgiving. May we all shed these kind of tears for our Savior who died in our place.
Correction
God's discipline is an act of love for us. May we not fight the process of His refining.
Our Flag
June 14th is Flag Day. May we never forget what our flag represents. God bless America!
I'll See My Dad Again
A poem for Father's Day.

Top Poem Picks

Summitplaced in poetry contest
Oh that we all would summit together and be bathed in the glow of the glory of God!
A Gospel Driven Life
Is a life driven by the Holy Spirit!
His Pow'rs Attainplaced in poetry contest
No matter what is it in this world, calamities, evil, sin, death, any others, God is omnipotent and sovereign
Faith
The form is monorhyme.
The cup
The potter knows the clay.Psalm 92:5How great are your works, O Lord! Your thoughts are very deep!
The God we speak of
From creation to salvation, God is the one we speak of.
Made in the darkness
Jesus finds us in darkness and brings us to his light. He transforms our minds to see His way not ours is the way of peace and joy.
Grace alone has been my friend
Grace is the gift we cannot earn and cannot repay.
Saying Goodbye
We all have had to say goodbye to someone or something in our lives that is hard to walk away from. God gives us the strength and will hold us during the heartbreaking trial.