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Inspirational Poems

This is a poem of recovery and redemption.. I hope that it will help convince those who are battling addiction that,with God, not only is recovery possible, but that the Lord can turn our seeming waste of our lives into good and positive things.

Stay the Course
A 19th century ship captain sails the world, always secure in the knowledge that he is sailing within God's will.

Midbar Majesty
I wrote this little poem after being inspired by a story (The Midbar) in Jonathan Cahn's book 'The Book of Mysteries'. I try to spend as much time as possible in the woods here in Michigan and Alaska - nice quiet spaces to take in all of God's glory.

Your Voice
Mornings are my favorite times with God. I feel and hear him everywhere.

A Day of Rest
In Hebrews 4,, we are promised to live in God's Sabbath Rest, while on Earth. Wow! That is what I want for us; andwe can live in that promise through the Holy Spirit

Make me as holy as a pardoned sinner can be.
Rev Robert Murray M'Cheyne (pronounced "Mak-shayn", 21 May 1813 – 25 March 1843) was a minister in the Church of Scotland from 1835 to 1843.A mighty and humble young minister used greatly by God. He went to glory at the tender age of 29.

My Internet first in poetry contest
no matter how important technology is to us, Jesus Christ will always be so much more important to our lives.

How the Cookie Crumbles finalist in poetry contest
I wrote this after being inspired by a poem from Valerie Cox titled “The Cookie Thief”

Under The Bridge
Analyzing the plight of a vagabond, from both a physical and spiritual viewpoint.

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