An Invitation from the Master Gardener God invites all to come to Him. I Gaze It’s easy to say, “I’m a Christian.” Does your life really reflect that statement? Rahab If God can use Rahab, who was a prostitute, then He can use me . Salvation A poem that reminds us that God has a plan for our lives. New Year I realize it’s not near the beginning of a new year so this poem can motivate you for the rest of the year! But it contains life; we need to open it, read it and live it.
From a Dark Corner No matter what your circumstances, God will hear your cries for help. Untitled Poem #3 In this poem, Emily expresses hope that God will use her to bring others to a saving knowledge of the Jesus of the Bible. Christ Love With the love of Jesus Christ in our hearts we can live a fulfilled life. The Dusty Old Book This poem spoke to me because there are times when I neglect God’s Word.
A Prince Among Men A tribute to our friend Tim, the author of most of the articles (and many of the poems) on this site. Our children know that we love them, but do they know the all-important, all-encompassing, eternal love of the Father? The Miracles of Jesus The miracles of Jesus expressed in the form of a poem. Bullies Molding We are all unique and special to God. God’s Gift This poem lays out the story of salvation and what you need to do to receive God’s gift of eternal life. Jesus gave man life – and his creation killed him in cold blood. The Master Painter This poem conjures up a picture of Jesus’ hand moving upon the face of our world.
One Minute Altar Call Do you know what’s going to happen to you in the next minute? Tell Them of His Love Thank you Lanette for this message. The Best Is Yet to Come A Christian poem by Gerald Bergeron, a new contributor to our site! Kingdom Tyres Kingdom Tyres — the place to go when you need a spiritual recharge. What will it be like when we finally see our God face to face? His Birth A Christmas poem about the birth of Jesus Christ. Rock This poem reminds us that God isn’t through with us. A poem that answer a simple question: why did God pick us to accomplish His work in this world? This poem was sent in around Easter – this shows you how slow I am to post things! We must repent and believe in Him to receive that gift. But someday, for those of us who trust in Jesus Christ, there will be no more pain or tears. Strong in You Lord Relying on our own strength will ultimately cause us to fail. And God Cried This poem reminds us of God’s love for us – and His desire to interact intimately with His children.
Ministry A Christian poem that reminds us to keep our eyes focused on Jesus and not to be distracted by the lures of the world. Computer How much time do you spend reading the manual God has provided for you? As We Grow and Wish to Glow A Christian poem about how we can live a life that truly matters. Ensnared and at Peace A poem about what it’s like to be caught in the net of Jesus’ love. His Feet His feet, oh those beautiful that were nailed to the cross just so I would not be lost.
There Is a Pit So Deep This poem by Emily reminds us that sin is, well, very unpleasant. I Had a Dream Trust in the Lord, stand on His promises, and completely believe. Abide in Me As Christ-followers, we always have support when times get tough. But when the church is alive and thriving, he’s actively attempting to thwart God’s work. We forge our own identities and manage our own fate! A Sinner Saved by His Amazing Grace This Christian poem poem describes how God reaches down and plucks us right out of Satan’s grasp. A poem that reminds us of Jesus’ purpose for coming to earth.
This page presents Christian poems by a variety of authors. The poetry on this page reflects the phenomenal news of Jesus Christ in one way or another. We’re sorry, but not all poems submitted will be published. Empty Vessel Another motivational and thought-provoking Christian poem from Mike. Christmas – It’s Almost Here What will your focus be this upcoming holiday season? I Am Alive We are alive because Jesus gave His life for us. Resolution This poem by Mike reminds us that the Christian faith is not about a list of rules – it’s about a relationship with the Jesus of the Bible.
I suppose it would seem so, given what the world thinks love is. Shaking the Dust A Christian poem dedicated to a woman who doggedly ministers to the women of her church, as well as to anyone with whom she might share the gospel. The Old Man What would you do if Jesus came to YOUR town? The Devil in the Confessional Box Satan knows what he’s doing and he’s out to get you. Jesus Came to Save Cindy has a way of presenting the gospel in concise, poetic form.
The Cross Think on the cross of Christ and what it means to you. Joan’s poem describes the completed work Jesus did for us on the cross. And He waits patiently for all to respond to His invitation. Life or Death Regardless of how deep we are mired in sin, God will still provide a way of escape. Forgive Yourself We need to remind ourselves that the past is the past. He offers salvation to all, regardless of past experiences. The Sign of the Bow When you see a rainbow, remember God’s promise to us.
One side desires to follow Jesus, and the other side wants to sin. Kerrie’s poem paints a picture of some of the things Mary must have experienced. Eternal paradise with God or passing pleasure on the earth? I Saw a Little Girl of Seven This Christian poem by Emily (only ten years old! Andy’s Story A life consistently lived for Jesus Christ can have a significant impact on observers. Hedgehog When people get too close, do you put on a mask or are you real? Emergency, Emergency, 9-1-1 A poem remembering our lost and reminding us where our focus needs to be–on the One who saves. First Time From the very moment we’re conceived, God is there with us, watching and waiting. Home Jesus died, rose, and ascended into heaven where He is preparing a home for those who believe in Him. Broken We build our lives with such care only to see that everything is temporary and without meaning.
Or have you taken the chance that His death on the cross and subsequent resurrection affords you? In the Mirror What do you see when YOU look in the mirror? Unconditional A Christian poem about God’s grace and how it is extended to everyone–even those who purposely travel far from Him. Confession of a Ransomed Man A Christian poem that describes how God freed a man from the shackles of sin and death. A Christian poem that reminds us that the fruit of the Spirit should be seen in our lives. Jesus Paid My Debt A poem that reminds us of the significant debt that Jesus paid for us.
The Story – An Easter Poem The story of Jesus’ resurrection never gets old. It’s our reasonable service to give our lives to Him. Liz James Tim was one of the privileged ones to know Liz James well. But the message is more global: if we have the good news, we should share it. Everything A poem about coming back to God — about realizing that He is everything we will ever need and giving our lives to Him. No Substitute The world can offer us various solutions to our pain: drugs, sex, music, food . Like so many holidays, this one has been completely maligned and turned into something frivolous. Tears in Crystal Vials It’s easy to focus on our pain in this life. Royal Blood Shed — A Good Friday Poem Jesus gave His life for us. Always There A Christian poem by Monica that reminds us that Jesus is always there — ALWAYS. Not liking what you see in the mirror so much anymore? The New Chance: His Love How have you reacted to the murder of Jesus Christ? Tragedy too Great to Bear With September 11 fast approaching, it’s time to remember those we lost and pray for those who still suffer. And He will never stop waiting for us to turn to Him and accept His amazing gift of life. Anglicans Anonymous Mike can write a poem like this because he’s British (I think). The Finest Hour What has been your life’s finest hour? He’ll Move Your Mountain God is the same God who parted the Red Sea and who saved Daniel from the lions. Freedom Reigns God gave the USA her freedom and He could just as easily take it away. Jesus waits for us; He wants to give our lives significance. sure, such things can make you feel better, but only temporarily. Mushrooms A poem that reminds us of the signficance of Easter.