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

Alphabetical Listing:

ABC’s of My Heart – One of my first poems written in June 2002

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 mistaken, 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 – 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 to praise God for giving me a new life!

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 his shadow was depicted as 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.

I’m Waiting For You, Lord – A poem describing my desire for the lost and the desire to be raptured by the Saviour.

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 boot camp 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 Bless’ed Worn 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 Lord Reigns – This was written on March 8, 2022, with the Rapture in mind. I’m excited every day as I await His return!

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 – This was written in April 2006. I wanted to honor God and His w0rd!

You’re Never Alone – This was written in 1981 to express how the Lord never leaves my side!