Poem: Do You Ever Wonder Why?

Deep ocean blue Vast clear sky Lofty stone mountains Do you wonder why? Bountiful misty jungles Desolate deserts dry Massive carved canyons Do you wonder why? Flat treeless tundra Redwood forests high Icy turquoise glaciers Do you wonder why? © Chad Damitz, 2020

Poem: The Flood Of Noah And God’s Promise

God told Noah to build an Ark. The Lord said, "Time to embarck." Noah reluctantly replied, "Why?" Because my creation likes to defy. Their wicked deeds are very clear. They disobey my laws without fear. So Noah gathered gopher wood. He built the boat as fast as he could. Now gather animals of every kind.... Continue Reading →

Haiku Poem: Earthquake

Earthquake shakes city. Every tribe, tongue, and nation Plead for God's mercy. When a natural disaster occurs, most people panic. They fear death and call upon something greater to save them. When believers are in trouble, they have hope. Their hope can be found in God. Psalm 37:39 makes this clear: "The salvation of the... Continue Reading →

Haiku Poem: The Brilliant Sun

The sun warms my face From a million miles away. Brilliant precision. The sun is 92.96 million miles away. To put this in perspective, if you and I were to fly on a commercial airplane averaging 550 mph, it would take us approximately 19 years to land on the sun. This star is much farther... Continue Reading →

Poem: The Way to Heaven

Peter is not standing at the pearly gates. Saints have no power to determine your fate. Jesus alone will judge the living and the dead. This is what the ancient Scriptures have said. To enter through the gates of this heavenly place You must believe you are only saved by God's grace. He sent His... Continue Reading →

Haiku Poem: Himalayan Salt

Himalayan salt. Mined deep within the Earth's crust. Sprinkled on my food. Did you know Himalayan salt comes from a thick geological layer called Ediacaran? Geologists date this layer to be around 94 million years old. Whenever you sprinkle this salt to enhance the flavor of your food, just remember these crystals are capsules of... Continue Reading →

Haiku Poem: Free Spirited Joy

Horses galloping Through Kentucky bluegrass hills. Free Spirited joy. I lived in Kentucky for 4 years. Whenever I would travel from Louisville to Frankfort, I would be enraptured by the rolling bluegrass hills and the horse farms. With my windows down and the fresh air blowing in my face, I felt so free-spirited. Like a... Continue Reading →

Haiku Poem: Emotional Geyser

Emotions bubble Like a hot geyser before It bursts in the air. Daily circumstances can test our emotions. It's vital that we do not give in to the temptation of anger and rage. Otherwise, regret and remorse will surely come next. When you feel angry or upset, ask God to help you calm down. James... Continue Reading →

Haiku Poem: Joyful Fall

Yellow, orange, red, brown. All the leaves fall to the ground. Yay! Bonfire season. Every Fall, I would help plan a bonfire party for our college ministry in Indiana. We had a great couple who would host us at their house in the middle of the country. They had huge trees in their backyard, which... Continue Reading →

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