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Top Picks Poems

We sorted through the poems and listed here what we felt were the better ones.
Ah, The Potter finalist in poetry contest
The Lord is the Potter who shapes us and passes us through the fire for His purpose as He creates beauty in us.

Let Him Find Me in the Fields finalist in poetry contest
When Christ returns, will he find me in the fields?

His Own
This poem is written from the perspective of someone who was abandoned as a child. God meets us in the depths of our despair to claim us as His very own

The Carpenter
This was written at a time that I was having a hard time seeing myself, as a Christian, the way I know God sees me. I loved the way this one turned out.

The Lighthouse
I wrote this poem after realizing that I have often missed God's messages to me. It is so easy to get caught up in life, and miss what is most important. This poem, I believe, reflects that.

Teach Me To Fly finalist in poetry contest
It is a poem that helped to teach me to fly, with God's help, when things in life would get very difficult for me.

This was a joyous time in my life. I can tell by the tone of the poem that I was truly happy and hoping that my writing would help others to find God, and their faith.

My Darkest Hour
I wrote this right after I lost my husband of 23 years. It was a very difficult time, and as far as my faith goes, it was hard to hold on. God saw me through though, as he always does.

Guilty No More finalist in poetry contest
I was struggling one night with an overwhelming since of unworthiness. I cried out to God and He gave me a vision. It was the story of the woman caught in adulatory only I was seeing it from the woman's point of view. This poem is that vision.

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