The Word teaches us that three things will remain forever, even when the world passes away: Faith, hope and love, but the greatest is love. The Bible also says that God is love. I hope and pray that this poem affirms God’s love in your life!
All of us will endure mountains and giants in our lives. Even in those moments of hardship, we must be affirmed that God’s love is with us. My prayer is that this poem encourages you and reaffirms your faith in God.
We can all agree on one thing, 2020 has been the toughest year for the entire world. With all the shaking, the pandemonium, and people dying, all we could do is fix our eyes on Jesus, which is the scripture Hebrews 12:2. This poem came as a light to that verse, to help us see God in the midst of what is going on.
In light of this pandemic, many are struggling, hopeless, and in need of something to reaffirm their faith. My prayer is that this poem will edify you, like it did with me this morning.
My life initiated in the chambers It was where you dealt with me in layers It was part of my process and my journey It was the beginning of my story In those chambers, I surrendered tears I created an altar where I left every fear My greatest desire is to dwell in those chambersContinue reading “Chambers pt. 2”
Let my heart bleed for those that are in need I want to be awakened to the sound of grief I want to have the heart of a soul winner Who responds to the sufferings of the weak I want to be moved by the afflicted To be the answer to their sickness A fireContinue reading “The Heart of a Soul Winner”
I don’t want to get caught up with the festivities The celebrations and Christmas parties You’re the reason we enjoy these holidays I will run to the secret place I am grateful for all that you’ve done I am grateful that you haven’t left me Your love plays on and on like a song I’mContinue reading “Run to the Secret Place”
This poem came from a recent encounter that I had with God. Through it all, he was with me.
This is a poem in honor of Martin Luther King Day.
Two weeks ago, I was at a youth conference for the seventh year in a row. I’ve seen myself, how I’ve matured and come along way since when I began my journey in the Lord. It brought the fear of God into me to never let that fire burn out, no matter how older that I get, or despite what may come my way. I saw a lot of young people, and I realized the importance and how necessary it is to be around them, because they carry an innocent passion for God, something that I always yearn and desire to keep, no matter how older I may get. I hope this poem ministers to you! I wrote in during the conference!