Godly Manliness

For years I learned the devil’s role for men – To be the foot, and not the head at home. A husband leaving all to his poor wife, To bear his load of caring for a home. I long was blind – I could not see the truth. For years I learned such foolishness and […]

As a Weaned Child

Surely I have behaved and quieted myself, as a child that is weaned of his mother: my soul is even as a weaned child. – Psalm 131:2 In troubles sore, my soul, a helpless child, cries bitterly, in midst of tempests wild. Much doubt and fear had filled my weary heart amidst the storms which […]

Christ the Deliverer

And so all Israel shall be saved: as it is written, There shall come out of Sion the Deliverer, and shall turn away ungodliness from Jacob: Romans 11:26 O Christ, Deliverer of all my sins, who came from heav’n to earth to die for me, my darkened heart, Thy holy light hath seen, and humbly […]

Come Thou to Me

This poem was inspired by: *** To the fatherless who yearn for fathers’ love, to them He calls and beckons them from high above, “Come thou to me, ye fatherless,┬ácome thou to me, thy loving, kindly Father I shall wholly be, to be to thee what thou hast sorely yearned and missed to grant to […]

To Seek the Word of God

This is inspired by the FEBC Night Class today, which was about the Book of Revelation. John the Apostle, upon knowing the truth of future events revealed to him by God, was so grateful in his heart that he worshiped the angel who guided him, not once (Revelations 19:9), but twice (Revelations 22:8). Exiled in […]