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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.
Lean on Me, My Precious One
We all experience "ups" and "downs" life - ominous days - however, when we lean on the Lord, He can calms the storms in our life and grant us peace . . . we are never alone.

Proverbs 1
Wisdom calls out in the street, she lifts her voice in the square; in the main concourse she cries aloud, at the city gates she makes her speech: “How long, O simple ones, will you love your simple ways? How long will scoffers delight in their scorn?"

With strong themes of leadership and courage, this poem (an allegory) is meant to embolden the church to go forth, proclaiming the gospel, even as darkness rises against us.

No Matter When!
In life as in poetry there is difficult rhymes and different times; but God is in them all! No matter what our story.

With Wings I Do Rise
I wrote this poem to share how I was so lost and in despair. But I also wanted to tell how God completely turned my life around after I accepted Christ into my life.

I'll Give You Wings
God knows each trouble we face - He is there for us - to lift us from despair. We just need to reach for Him and He'll give us wings to sour the skies.

I Lay My Heart Before You
A prayer declaring faith and trust in the Lord, and committing one's life to the Lord . . . asking for guidance--that He pave the way before us with footprints from His Son, and that He shelter us from harm.

Although winds may be blustery as snow flakes fall from the Heavens above, the Lord's wondrous peace touches the Earth with its beauty . . . and sounds of laughter may be heard by the Lord, as He looks upon each child at play, with sweet, tender love.

Kindness is an act of love, and when shared, it blossoms . . . “The desire of a man is his kindness,” (Proverbs 19:22, KJV).

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