JUST, GLORIFIED, N.T. HOST BEGET CHOSEN SHEEP New Testament Poetry at it’s very heart. This poem reminds me to meditate on the Gospel of Jesus alone. It shows me how I’ve fallen for falsehoods by taking my eyes off of…
He cried out “If you are willing Lord, I know you can cleanse me pure” Jesus moved with compassion reached out and touched him saying
“I Am indeed, and as I speak, you are clean for sure”
The first witnessed miracle of Jesus Christ turning water into wine at a wedding in Cana of Galilee
A Christian poem about the Genesis beginnings to the Revelation of the Glory of the Lord. So you still can’t accept Adam and Eve? Then closed, you’re unable to understand your beliefs You see, even though It was so long…
Jesus went up into a mountain one day,
To sit with His friends and eat,
Looking out He saw a great crowd of people,
All wanting to join Him and meet
“How do you suppose we can feed them?”
The Lord asked Philip that day
But He already knew
Exactly what He would do
He just wanted to hear what the disciples would say
A New Testament Christian poem called In The days Remaining that gives us insight as to where we are in time and guidance as to what to focus on and so works on our building of faith through New Testament teachings with truth and wisdom.
This poem is about the most glorious gift ever given, it is the epitome of the New Testament that tells of Jesus giving His life as a ransom for the salvation of all of mankind.
The New Testament starts with the giving of His life for us all. Jesus Christ the Son of God, sinless, spotless perfection. He put on all our filthy sin and washed us in His blood. How great thou art.
New Testament Christian Living John 15:18 I will not leave you comfortless: I will come to you. 19Yet a little while, and the world seeth me no more; but ye see me: because I live, ye shall live also. 20At…
New Testament Christian Miracle In a boat on the sea on a dark, stormy night The waves came crashing from such a great height Evermore water filling the boat Soon to sink, surely not staying afloat But Jesus lay fast…