Poem: God Is Worthy of Infinite Praise

My heart will sing To you, Heavenly King. My soul will rejoice with a triumphant voice. My mind will meditate On why you are so great. My being will praise Your glorious ways For infinite days. Poem by Chad A. Damitz

Poem: Jesus Stays

Through the hardships Through the pain Through the valleys Jesus remains. Through the sickness Through stormy days Through the trials Jesus stays. Through the betrayal Through the dry lands Through the battles Jesus stands. Through the sin Through the pride Through the darkness Jesus abides. Poem written by Chad A. Damitz (M.Div.)

Poem: Hey Pharaoh—Let My People Go!

Don't treat Hebrews subhuman! If you don't let my people go Your city will lie in ruins. The Lord my God says so. Pharaoh laughed---I have my own gods. They will serve and protect me. My magicians create snakes from rods. I will not let your people go free. Then 10 plagues will surely arise... Continue Reading →

Haiku Poem: Clay In The Hands of God

You are the Potter.We are the clay you have made.A Divine image. God is the potter and we are the clay. He has shaped and formed us into the divine image. The Bible declares this truth in Genesis 1:26: "So God created mankind in his own image, in the image of God he created them;... Continue Reading →

Haiku Poem: The Rising Sun

As the darkness fadesThe nearing dawn births new hopeWith the rising sun. In the book of Lamentations, Jeremiah writes: "The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases; his mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is your faithfulness (Jer. 3:22-23)." What an awesome reminder that as the darkness fades, the... Continue Reading →

Haiku Poem: Faded Dreams

Like dense fog at dawnMy dreams were fading away Until I found God. In this haiku, the person believes their dreams are fading away---just like dense fog at dawn. The fog represents the person's normal circumstances. They don't want the fog they are accustomed with to fade away. Otherwise, they might not find their dream... Continue Reading →

Poem: A Righteous Prayer

Two men went to the temple to pray. One a Pharisee. The other a tax collector. The religious man stood tall and exclaimed. Holy God, I stand before you unashamed. For I fast twice a week and give my tithe. I am not a robber, adulterer, or evildoer. I am not like that tax collector... Continue Reading →

Poem: I Drove To Church

I drove to church With a confident smile. Even though—it’s been a while. I knew God would accept me. But before I entered the sanctuary I was met with callous glares. My sinful past—they were aware. My confident smile began to fade Like the bloom of a rose in autumn. As I turned my back... Continue Reading →

Haiku Poem: Endless Desert

The endless desert.Parches the traveler's soul.A mirage draws near. The desert is often described as a barren landscape with scarce precipitation. The dryness, humidity, and lack of vegetation can make it a hostile environment to survive in. The desert can also symbolize a time of great trial and sin in one's life. Here, the traveler... Continue Reading →

Poem: Modern Prodigal Found

I was there to gamble and drink whiskey. I was there to bet on Major Thunder at the infamous derby. Until a jarring sound from a megaphone invaded my ears. A burly bearded man preached: "Repent or you will perish!" I took a shot of whiskey To numb the convicted soul. I voiced with the... Continue Reading →

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