Remove The Door, #99
Poetry of Christian FaithApril 17, 202300:43:59

Remove The Door, #99

100, 10-10, SHOW NOTES & COPYRIGHTS, (Scheduled 4/20/2023)

Today we are reading and discussing a poem about what God has offered us and 2 new poems written for today’s podcast.
We’ll start with a poem from God’s Rhyme, on page 106.

JOHN 3:16
“For God so loved the world that He gave His
only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him
should not perish but have everlasting life.” (NIV)

God loved us,
He gave us,
His only Son,
For everyone,
Who believes
In His Son
Should not,
Will not,
But have
What could be more poetic,
More comforting than this?
No words of yours or mine
Could convey love like His.
Gave His son,
Whoever believes,
Life everlasting,
There is nothing,
Not a thing,
Left to say.

Thank you Lord
For Your love.
So, one day I thought I could make god's love for us sound more poetic, make it sound more . . . whatever that it is in the Bible. I couldn't and happily admit it. The work of God in human hands . . . It should be left in God's hands.



The time has come,
At least for some,
To kneel in prayer
For what is there.

‘tis not the end,
Hearts left to mend,
Once having heard
Through prayer a word.

In the race we run,
Is the shining Son,
Filling us with love
As we look above.

The road we take,
That God did make,
Follow through faith
Knowing His grace.

It is not goodbye,
No question of why.
We did kneel and pray.

He will lead the way,
And in knowing Him,
So we will follow. tcarter, 4/9,10/2023



Not perfect, but willing.
God continues instilling,
My soul constantly filling.

I look to the skies,
Wipe tears from my eyes,
Answering my whys.

Not perfect on this earth,
Yet I have found my worth,
That began with a birth.

Not perfect today,
So again I pray
I follow God’s way.

I am not perfect in my present life,
but God is perfect and Jesus will
lead me to perfection. (tcarter, 4/11/2023)


As we come to the end of today’s podcast, let us pray.

And may we remember the words from 2 Corinthians, 12:9;
But he said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you,
my power is perfect in weakness.”
At the beginning and at the end
And every moment in between,
May our strength be for His strength
So His perfection may be seem.
(from God Still Rhymes, Concluding Prayer)

We pray in the name of Jesus, our Savior and Redeemer.
Amen (2/26/23)

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"If you give Him the times As you live His word rhymes "
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