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!
People, your souls are at stake
Does anybody care about your fate?
I say your souls are in a dangerous state?
Will you be turned into a fiery lake?
No need to ring my bell
My soul is delivered from hell
Did Jesus die for naught?
Is the world just one melting pot?
Jesus is the lover of all our souls?
Ours sins committed are black as coals
He died that we might cross that river
Separating His followers from unbelievers
Naked came I, and naked shall I leave
His dying for me, I truly can conceive
What’s your hope at the end of your age?
Read the Bible and put trust on every page
The pathway is plain, O so narrow too
Be of good courage He will see you through
It’s none of me and no more of you
When Salvation came into full view
It’s all summed up in God’s eternal plan
He determined to show love for every man
Blessed is he who’s in the first resurrection
Afterwards there wont be any condemnation.
Would you believe an honest man’s poem?
You must cast your vote without a quorum
Few will believe the truth about Jesus
He’s our Emmanuel–God is with us.
Why This Poet Writes
I write because I believe it’s fitting
For someone might hear and start repenting
I write because I have a very short time
Not because my poems may rhyme
I write for the future, and also for the dead
After the grave, then what will be said?
I write for the Christians, in hope of the Gospels
For all that are troubled, whom Satan has hassled
I write for I know, there’s a more serious cause
So these poems like Jesus will be without flaws
I write for the people of every color
Someone needs to give them a holler
Lastly, I write for someone’s aching heart
To give hope in Jesus, and begin a new start
A man submerged in business all week had better come up for air on Sunday.
A. J. Holmes