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Salvation Poems

No Condemnation
One of the great truths that I heard as a new believer was about the tenses of salvation. We have been saved from the punishment of sin, we are being saved from the power of sin, we shall be saved from the presence of sin. That is the theme of this poem.
Shelter of Grace
I wrote this poem after reading, He Still Move Stones, by author Max Lucado. This poem, though very familiar to the one of the woman caught in the act of adultery in the Bible, is actually a reflection of my own story of miraculous salvation.
Come to Jesus
Jesus said that anyone who comes to Him will not be cast out. This is a promise upon which we can rest. Regardless of who you are, there is hope in Christ.
Christ is no Partial Savior
The Bible reveals the shocking truth that sinners can be saved by grace alone, without the works of the law. Any attempt on our part to work for God's favor reveals a condition of unbelief.
One Perfect Life
This reminds us that there are many ways that people seek to be righteous in God's sight, but any way other than the cross of Christ leaves people lost in their sin. Only Jesus can save us from our sins and give us the gift of eternal life.
Adam and Eve
The story of Adam and Even graphically reminds us of the evil of sin and of the awesome holiness of God. In addition to that, it also reminds us of the mercy, grace, and love of God. Even though they had fallen, God merciful clothed them.
God's Saving Light
Oh, how I pray all would see it!
All My Soul Needs
I love my Shepherd!
The Prodigal
The Prodigal son, salvation, coming to God