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This poem explores the meaning of peace. What does it mean to our lives? Shalom is a Hebrew word meaning – peace, harmony, wholeness, completeness, prosperity, welfare

Sculpted by the Hands of God
We are the tools in the hands of God to answer the prayers of His children. Through the Spirit, we may receive inspiration and guidance, but it is through God that the greatest feats can be accomplished, and lives may be touched in meaningful ways.

Faces finalist in poetry contest
People often find themselves in conflict with the world and its perceptions! Some try to fit in, in any way they can. Others create negative impressions. Still others hide ... behind distractions like colorful hair, piercings, make-up, and tattoos.

A Quiet Life
I wrote this poem after reading 1 Thessalonians 4:11. It says: This should be your ambition: to live a quiet life, minding your own business and working with your hands ...

Reformation Day first in poetry contest
This is a poem about the Reformation. Martin Luther was a man with many faults, but despite these many faults, he still did a mighty work in recovering many wonderful gospel truths, and getting the Bible into the hands of the common people.

Lord, Set A Watch
Psalm 141:3 - Set a watch, O Lord, before my mouth; keep the door of my lips. We should daily ask God to set a watch over our whole being, that we may do what is right.

The Lost Cause second in poetry contest
The story of the woman at the well

Wonder Woman
A tribute to my wife

The Butterfly Alphabet
Nature photographer Kjell Bloch Sandved made a collection of pictures of the wings of moths and butterflies all over the world, and what he discovered was astounding…His pictures, published in ‘The Smithsonian Magazine’ in 1975, inspired this poem.

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