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We sorted through the poems and listed here what we felt were the better ones.
I have a series called "Excerpt from Certain Psalms" and this is one of the Psalms. Psalm 3, a psalm of deliverance. The metre used in these chosen psalms enable the psalm to be sung. "St. Peter" is but one tune.

BEWARE THE FOWLER finalist in poetry contest
Psalm. 91:3 in the KJV reads, "Surely he shall deliver thee from the snare of the fowler, and from the noisome pestilence." The fowler traps birds with snares and traps. Satan lays traps to ensnare God's children and we are in a warfare. We must beware

From A Lowly Manger
This Christmas, may we also be humble, thankful, generous and loving.

I try to write a Christmas Poem every year to include in the Christmas cards I send out to friends and family. This particular poem almost wrote itself flowing easily with the message of the Christ Christ child.

A series of Gospel scenes, meant to be read aloud with pauses and emphasis, dictated by the commas. Pause deliberately at each comma and dash, and use expression!. This is the start of a collection of these gospel snippets.

The Song of the Church second in poetry contest
The church is about to be caught away by Christ.

To Follow God's Star finalist in poetry contest
The story of the Wisemen

Are You Ready for Christmas? first in poetry contest
A story of getting ready for Christmas

Psalm 97 finalist in poetry contest
The LORD reigns, let the earth rejoice; let the distant shores be glad. Clouds and darkness surround Him; righteousness and justice are His throne’s foundation. Fire goes before Him and consumes His foes on every side. Psalm 97:1-3

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