Psalm for My Savior

This poem is written in the pantoum form and is based on Psalm 116, which is my favorite Psalm. I find that the repetition of lines in this form lends itself well to Christian poetry of lament and praise. I hope you are blessed by this offering. Psalm for My Savior For you, O Lord,Continue reading “Psalm for My Savior”

Seeking Truth

Words matter. Our choice of words, whether speaking or writing, makes a difference. And words have meaning. That’s what dictionaries are for—to tell us what words mean. When we try to use words to mean something other than what they really mean, it causes confusion. Sometimes people do this on purpose. One such misuse of a wordContinue reading “Seeking Truth”

Braiding Yourself Up With God

Yet those who wait for the LordWill gain new strength;They will mount up with wings like eagles,They will run and not get tired,They will walk and not become weary. Isaiah 40:31, NASB The particular word “wait” is a vital force. It’s not a passive word in the Scriptures. It does not mean to be apatheticContinue reading “Braiding Yourself Up With God”

Being Very, Very Sick

“So Miriam was kept outside the camp for seven days, and the people waited until she was brought back before they traveled again.” Numbers 12:15 To be numbered as the one of chronically ill often can mean awful frustration. We can’t do what we want, we are ‘trapped’ by a disease we never asked for,Continue reading “Being Very, Very Sick”