CHRISTIAN POEMS

All of my Christian poems are categorised separately here, as I encourage teachers, children and beginners to use my site as an educational site and am keen not to force my own personal beliefs on anyone. Having said that, keeping my God and Saviour and the way He makes me feel to myself feels very much like owning a precious gem and not letting anyone see it, touch it or share it! Therefore, I have categorised my Christian and inspirational poetry separately from the educational poems, so that anyone who chooses to read it may do so, and I trust that God will speak to anyone who chooses to listen.
As the bible says in Luke 11 verse 9 “Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you.”

Always and Forever

by angela on September 25, 2014 · 0 comments

sunriseThis Christian inspirational poem is a lovely reminder of how precious each of us are.

Psalm 48 verse 14

At dawn, the sun always rises;
By evening, it’s sure to set.
A promise of our God eternal:
A God who can never forget. [click to continue…]

The Garden Within

by angela on September 22, 2014 · 0 comments

Garden

This inspirational metaphor poem is another example of figurative language, with occasional use of alliteration.

 

Guard your heart always, for there you will find
That delicate feelings and thoughts are entwined.
Each must be tended and nurtured and fed
Or weeds can develop and grow there instead. [click to continue…]

Thinking of You

by angela on September 20, 2014 · 0 comments

sunlight in tree (640x427)This inspirational  Christian encouragement poem is a lovely reminder that God is ever-present.

 

Ephesians 3 verse 18

It’s easy to feel un-noticed,
Not knowing there’s someone to care:
To quietly blend in the background,
Assuming that no-one’s aware.

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God’s Precious Creation

by angela on September 16, 2014

Gods creation

This inspirational Christian poem reminds us that we are all precious and loved and, despite what we often tell ourselves, are a beautiful creation.

 

 Psalm 139 verse 14

You gave God His own precious moment
When He gave you breathe, life and soul.
It was your uniqueness in nature
And being that made His life whole. [click to continue…]

Have Faith

by angela on September 15, 2014

Have faith

This Christian encouragement poem invites you to embrace your doubts and questions, not to be in denial of them…..

Hebrews 11 verse 1 

Wherever you are in your life
Whatever you hope to achieve
Remember, the first step to master
Will always be “How to Believe!” [click to continue…]

A Prayer for Guidance

26 August 2014

Another of my Christian poems, this prayer is written in the style of a list poem, prayerfully asking God for help in making decisions.     What should I do?  Who should I be? What life has God prepared for me?

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A Poem With Purpose

26 August 2014

This encouragement, list poem is creatively written to include a list of metaphors and is a lovely encouragement to someone who doesn’t recognise their own value and purpose……   What is a poem if no-body reads it? What is a favour if no-body needs it? What is a present, if no-body gives? How painful is […]

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Who Am I?

11 February 2014

This is another of my Christian encouragement poems, exploring the question “Who am I?” and recognising the unique value of every individual.   Today I met a stranger.  That stranger asked my name. I introduced myself to her and then she did the same.  But does my name say anything about the person… me? Does […]

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A Prayer Against Depression

11 February 2014

A Christian encouragement poem relating to the battle against depression and the feelings it creates.                   Why is it, when I’m in a crowd, I still feel so alone? How come I’m labelled ‘popular’, and yet feel so unknown?   And all this isolation, why is no-one […]

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Grandpa’s Nativity Story Play Script

3 September 2013

This 25 minute nativity play  tells the traditional, bible based nativity and blends the story with a modern Christmas Eve in a fun way using rhyming narration and including… the nativity story for Grandpa to READ (no script to learn) 22 short rhyming speaking parts (averaging 2 to 4 lines) (Can easily be shared differently for a […]

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