I am yours, my Lord God, To you alone I belong, my King. You have purchased me by your blood, By your life, you have redeemed my soul. My soul belongs to you my sovereign Lord, You only my God, does my heart belong. With your death, you made me yours, By your sufferings, you … Continue reading I am Yours, My Lord God
Let us lift our hearts to the Lord, To the Almighty, let's raise our minds up to Him. For He has showered on us His grace, His abundant favor He has heaped upon us. Let us sing praise to the King of Kings, To the Lord of Lords, may we give thanks. For He has … Continue reading Lifting Praise to God
This world is full of dangers, Filled with terror is the place I live in. But I will not fear the world's dangers, The terror will not fill me with fright. I am faced with things that are unknown, Everywhere I go I see shadows and darkness. Yet I will not despair over the unknown, … Continue reading I Go Where God Goes
Yesterday, I was helped by the Lord, The Almighty rescued me in times past. He did so because He loved me dearly, His grace, He has placed upon me. So now, I will give praise to my God, To my King today, I will proclaim my thanks. For He has showered me with His mercy, … Continue reading Rescued by the Lord
This poem is inspired by Galatians 6:7-8 7 Do not be deceived: God cannot be mocked. A man reaps what he sows. 8 Whoever sows to please their flesh, from the flesh will reap destruction; whoever sows to please the Spirit, from the Spirit will reap eternal life.
This poem to God was inspired from a reading of 2 Timothy 3:16-17.
A Christian Poem... Enjoy and God Bless.
A man has prepared a feast for the Lord. In this narrative poem, we will see what happens as he waits for his Guest of Honor. This is the final part of this poem. Enjoy and God Bless
A man has prepared a feast for the Lord. In this narrative poem, we will see what happens as he waits for his Guest of Honor. This is the fourth of a five part poem.
A man has prepared a feast for the Lord. In this narrative poem, we will see what happens as he waits for his Guest of Honor. This is the third of a five part poem.