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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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Psalm 51
It is overwhelming when I realize that we can always go to the Throne of Grace.
So Much is Held Within a Tear
"He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away." - Revelation 21:4
The Lamb's Conquering Feast
No matter when it seems that the enemy has won the fight, it is vital that His Believers remember that the Fight has already been won.
Did the Angels get it Wrong?
At a particularly messy time one Christmas, I saw someone write " 'Joy to the world and peace to all men' Ha Ha." And I wanted to write something in response.
Satan Would Destroy
The devil comes to steal, and kill, and destroy. Jesus came so we could have life abundantly.
Dead man walking
'Dead man walking' illustrates a man who is living a double lifestlyle; neither hot nor cold. Living a life of pretence that people may see and applaud, meanwhile his relationship with God is on a zero level. This kind of life puts God off totally.
His Path to Glory
It is a victory chant, of sorts. The poem begins with the path of sorrows and ends with His Resurrection.
I Believe
Anything is possible, if you let go, you let God and believe.
Placing My Trust in God Today
As I wrote this poem, I realized that placing my trust in God is not a one time thing. He offers that promise every moment, and in every situation.

Top Poem Picks

My One Christmas Wishplaced in poetry contest
I miss my dad a great deal during the holiday season. If I could bring him back to life alongside the innocence of childhood, this would be My One Christmas Wish.
A Birth So Momentous
When we read the Christmas story in Luke chapter 2 we are reminded that the birth of Jesus Christ is the most momentous birth in history. The words of the angels come down through the ages and encourages our faith, and challenge us to go the Savior.
The Traffic Light
A metaphor from the title, to God's guidance to His children.
Sharing Shepherds
The Good News of the Saviour's birth is Good News worth sharing.
The Most Important Day
A metaphor relating to temporal, vs eternal choices.
Glory Awaits Us
Scripture is clear that we are saved by grace. Those who trust Christ will go to heaven be there good works many or few. Nevertheless, Scripture is also clear that this life is our opportunity to lay up treasures in heaven. God will reward His servants.
Shepherd's Christmasplaced in poetry contest
Shepherds lived out in the fields nearby, keeping watch over their flocks at night...
I'm Thankful For God's Gift
A Christmas poem.
He's Preparing Rooms
Jesus in me keeps His laws faithfully., making me ready for Heaven. John 14:4. You know the way to the place I am going. II Corinthians 12:9. And He said unto me, My grace is sufficient for thee: for my strength is made perfect in weakness.