Blog Posts | Depression | Poems on General Topics

God Walks the Darkness

It’s dark tonight, +++so dark. It seems that God +++is silent. I cannot hear Him. I cannot sense +++His tender touch. He seems to have gone, +++and left a vacuum. But I believe, somehow, +++He left To walk the darkness. The blackness, +++that’s real; It’s too real. During the day, +++I can refuse to think. […]

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Death | Grief | Poems on General Topics


Darling Diana, we wanted you so. But Sunday morning, at the moment of your birth, God called you Home. For nine months you lived, Snuggled close to your mother’s heart. Then God called you to come To His Home and His heart. You missed it all: The sorrow, the joy, The light, the darkness, The […]

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Living Loved | Poems on General Topics

God Will Provide

God will provide—sometime, somehow, somewhere— Yet slow in coming is the answer to my prayer. I must know now; I must see how; I must know where God’s will is calling me. God will provide—A faithful God is He. His word is true, and yet I doubt. Does my God see How long I wait, how […]

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Poems on General Topics


Up Mount Moriah I trod. Three long days ago, +++My God asked the unthinkable. Oh, the agony of these three days! Never, never have I dreamed that my God +++would ask this. No!  No! This is my son, +++my well-beloved son, +++my promised son, Promised by God Himself. And now, this! This isn’t my God, […]

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