Here is a compilation of all the poems I have written. I hope they are a blessing to you.

Alphabetical Listing:

ABC’s from My Heart – Written June 17, 2002, this poem is set to the letters of the alphabet.

A Friend – Again, one of my first poems written about Christ and His saving power.

A Give and Take Prayer – I’m not sure when I wrote this poem – I did not record its date. I believe it was sometime in Spring of 2006. The title speaks for itself.

Alone – I believe this poem was written sometime in 1983. My husband and I moved to Louisiana. While he was in school, I saw him only on the weekends and loneliness set in.

A Longing -If I am not mistakened, I wrote this poem around 1984 after hearing the song Beulah Land for the first time. This is when I began to really study Heaven.

A Meeting with the Master

A Meeting with the Master – Written on 9/6/10, I was inspired to write this from reading a devotional on the Proverbs 31 woman.

A New Life! – This was written in 2000 for a baby shower for a friend who had just had a baby.

Another Hurdle – My dear friend discovered she had fibromyalgia not too long before this poem was written in 1981. This was written to encourage her.

A Parent’s Pride – This was written because my youngest son joined the United States Marine Corps. Need I say more? 🙂

A Vessel in the Potter’s Hand – I wrote this on August 17, 2006. It expressed my thoughts on being a vessel in the Holy Spirit’s hands as He molds me into the image of Christ.

Come and Eat – I wrote this on May 9, 2006, for a friend who needed something for a Mother/Daughter Banquet. I was thinking back on my mother and it brought back some fond memories of her.

Confusion – One of my first poems, this was probably written sometime in 1981. Most of my first poems were about salvation and each time I read them, the joy of my salvation is restored.

Counting My Blessings – I wrote this on November 27, 2007, to celebrate Thanksgiving. My youngest son was in Marine Corps training in Oklahoma and was not able to be with us. I had to encourage myself in the Lord. No better way to do this than to be thankful for what you have!

Destiny – I wrote this poem on May 2, 2006. I had just received a rubber stamp depicting the Lord as a child standing by Joseph’s work bench. The sun was shining through the window as Jesus was playing and it cast a shadow. The shadow was the Cross of Calvary. This rubber stamp inspired the poem.

Faithful – This poem was written sometime in 1981 but I’m not sure when. It is one of my first ones, I know that. I was impressed to write about God’s faithfulness in my life even when I was not so faithful.

Friendship – I wrote this sometime in 1984 as a tribute to my dear friend, Vicky.

Gleanings from Psalms – Written September 8, 2010, after precious time spent in Psalms.

Haven for My Soul – This was written on October 18, 2006. It expresses how important a time with the Lord is to the Christian.

JESUS – Praising the Lord and recognizing Him in song and poetry is one of the ways I encourage my heart. This was my tribute to the Lord in April (day unknown), 2006.

Jesus My Redeemer, My King – A tribute to my Saviour, my Redeemer, my King – written on June 16, 2006.

Looking Up to the Hills – One of my favorite passages of Scriptures is Psalm 121. As I was struggling on August 11, 2006, the Lord led me to His side yet once again.

Lost but Found – This poem is different from my usual style. I wrote in June of 2004. Deeply engrossed in discouragement, I poured my heart out to the Lord.

Majesty – The Lord blessed my heart one Sunday and I was moved to write this poem in February 2010. Little did I know that I would need His strength that very evening! He is faithful!!

My Darling – I wrote this in honor of my husband’s birthday!

My Father and I Are One – A tribute to the Heavenly Father for Father’s Day – Written June 13, 2008!

My Forwarding Address – I was meditating on spiritual house cleaning and was impressed to write this poem on May 4, 2006.

My Heart is Full – This poem was written on 10/24/07. This was a few days after my son graduated from Marine Corps bootcamp at Parris Island, SC and he was home for a few days.

My Heart Panteth for You!– Written on May 21st, 2007, I had the need to tell the Lord how much I could not live without Him in my life. My time spent with Him mean more to me than life!

My King James Bible – I’m not sure when this was written but the title speaks for itself!

My Saviour, Complete – This was written on January 31, 2008, rejoicing my salvation and what Christ had to go through to obtain it for me!

My Saviour’s Price – I wrote this poem on April 12, 2006, in honor of what our Saviour had to go through to pay the price for our salvation!

Ode to 1 Peter 2:21-25 – I wrote this on August 17th, 2006, after my morning devotions in 1 Peter 2:21-25.

Oh Watcher of My Soul – Meditating on Psalm 23, I was pressed to write this poem about my Shepherd. It was written on August 16, 2006.

Perfect Love – The month of August was a rough month for me. I dove right into my poetry. This particular day was extremely difficult and I turned to my Saviour who casts out fear by His Perfect Love. This was written on August 15th, 2006.

Praise the Lord, All Ye Saints! – This was written on February 14, 2007. We are commanded to praise the Lord despite our circumstances – no matter what we are going through.

Praise Your Holy Name – I wrote this on December 29, 2008. Praising God in all things for all that happened to us in 2008 – John’s cancer included!

That Great Reunion Day – This poem is the result of meditating on that wonderful event yet to happen – the Rapture. This was written in February, 1981, not long after my salvation.

The Comforter – 1981 was when I discovered that the Lord had given me this gift of poetry. I was working at a company where the people I supported traveled a great deal and I had a lot of idle time on my hands. This is the year where I probably wrote more poetry than all of my poetry combined. My salvation was a big deal and I loved to write about the One who saved me.

The Joy of Spring – I wrote in on March 18, 2008, as I contemplated my new birth and the celebration of a new Spring.

The Rose of Sharon – This is a tribute to my Saviour, written on August 22, 2006.

The Still Waters – I wrote this on October 6, 2006, during a difficult trial. I poured my heart out to the Lord and He heard me!

The Stranger – Written sometime in March of 1981, I wrote this poem describing my salvation and the spiritual growth that came as a result.

The Trials of Life – Written on May 3, 2006, I was impressed that day to write about how to overcome our trials.

Through the Valley – As the trial begins for my husband’s cancer, I meditated on the different Names of Jesus and was pressed to write this poem (2/20/08 )

Thy Name… – I wrote this on February 1, 2008. I was thinking about my next devotional series (the Names of Jesus) and I was moved to write this.

Tis the Name of Jesus – A short poem about my salvation day when I called upon the Name of Jesus – written on July 10, 2006.

To Protect and Serve – My husband’s Sergeant was killed in the line of duty in the late 1980’s. I wrote this as a tribute to my husband and all those in law enforcement sometime in 1990.

Under Thy Wings – Another poem about finding refuge in the Lord and His Word. This was written on July 20, 2006.

Will Jesus Find Us Watching – This song is about what Jesus will find us doing when Rapture happens. I wrote this on December 30, 2008. I was wondering if 2009 would be the year Christ comes for us!

Your Salvation Day – My youngest son had doubted his salvation and he settled it on April 5th, 2007. I was moved to share that joy through poetry.

Your Word, My Breath – Written on April 14, 2006, I penned what was on my heart – my blessed Bible.

You’re Never Alone – Another one of my first poems written in 1981, this one deals with turning to God’s Word when loneliness sets in and finding solace there.

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