Welcome to discovering Divinity in Poetry. An easy way to grasp the simplistic rhythm and rhyme of poems that will enlighten and direct your soul to God of the Bible. Enjoy!

Poem

The Glowing Sun

The glowing Sun grows the tall green grass,

 Drops down sweat upon the working brow.

It burns fearful forests, but brightens blue skies.

It caresses children frolicking in verdant fields.

Yet is respected by its ultraviolet rays that

Blinds staring eyes.  It gives Seasons in years,

And hours in days, while birds chirp at sunrise.

He who made the Sun made Hell without light.

While the Morning Star shines forever, it awakens

 Sinful souls benighted by worldly woes.  Give

God glory, like lilies dancing in Spring’s Sunrays.

The Sun dawns upon the horizons, as it

Hovers over mankind and living creatures, to

Give them strength by its persistent poise.

But the Sun will cease to give her light.

No more will the Sun scorch the skin.

God’s Son will lighten every saved soul,

And a new Heaven and new Earth will

Allow new bodies to worship God freely.

As God’s Son shines His Magnificent Light.

Darrel Venable

Divinity in Poetry

Wisdom

 

I’ve learned to sift the Bad from Good.

We’re better off righteous than lewd.

I truly believe life is a challenge,

And God has our lives pre-arranged.

I’ve realized faith is a possible choice,

It’s Christ who hears my humble voice.

When my heart centers on things above,

Worldliness becomes the lesser loved.

Wisdom can discern what we should respect;

Christ honors wisdom without moral defect.

Focus your thoughts on the Word of God,

And the lesser gods will diminish as frauds.

Darrel Venable

Wisdom   I’ve learned to sift the Bad from Good. We’re better off righteous than lewd. I truly believe life is a challenge, And God has our lives pre-arranged. I’ve realized faith is a possible choice, It’s Christ who hears my humble voice. When my heart centers on things above, Worldliness becomes the lesser loved. … Continue reading Divinity in Poetry

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