This is a poem about the world in Noah's time. It compares it to now. It's basically a warning.
Its not the sins or the wrong doings that kill a man but the state of being a 'sinner' and being left out all alone in this world.
April PAD Challenge Day 23 from Robert Brewer to write a love poem.
There are days where we feel disregarded and alone. Maybe we were wronged or we come to realize our own short comings. Once then, we can only look guidance much like a sheep looks toward his shepherd.
~lipstick on the mirror~I love you red~I hate you black~ambulance on the lawn~cop cars & firetrucks~if they couldn’t save the breathers inside~how the hell could I~but I had to try~those boys took me down~until the woman inside cried my name~the priest told me don’t tell her~there...
The final result of sin is death and destruction. "The wages of sin. is death" (Rom. 6:23)..
This is my answer to man's quest for real, lasting, Joy - which for me comes through one source - and that being faith and surrender to the Living God - Jesus.
A self-dialogue on how I view marital disloyalty.
Even though you plan to "give them what they deserve," use this poem as a reminder of what you are actually doing and let it make you wonder if it is truly worth it.
Opinions on homosexuality span a wide range, and the very mention of the word evokes strong emotional or religious responses from some people. We agree with many others that homosexuality is not a perversion, illness, or sin, but a natural human variation growing out of complex develo...
God is love. He loves all His creatures. He does not like going against Him by committing sins. Do sins stop His loving us?
Sin is a morally offensive act; committing a sinful act still carries a consequence-even in the 21st century. Just because a sin does not land you in jail, does not mean one will not suffer the consequence for the sin. The Bible says, "the wages of sin is death," and we know from Ada...
I wanted to write a story with an a surprise ending, nothing world shattering, just something that would make my reader give a little smile, sometimes when we wake, we take a little coffee to give us a lift, well here is my lift to you, just something to make your day start off with a...
If there is a God, and if he is just and righteous, why does he allow bad things to happen?
A short poem about life and faith. A "thinking" type poem
What you have to know and do when proceeding on a Kasi pilgrimage
The Bible is a bloody book. There is no doubt about that. People are human, and humans sin. Only blood can atone for these sins. Find out more about what the Bible says on sin, and why it is important to never forget the blood, when talking about God and the Bible.
A short Haiku Poem - where just a few words can create a thousand images
A short Poem about Appreciating Life. Don't let time slip away.
Have you ever had to run for your life? Have there been someone after you will the intent of harming you? Find out why everyone must flee from sin in the same way that one runs from someone that wishes to harm you.
You might, for instance, feel wicked about liking to eat chocolate now and again, but do feel free, because just the smell of chocolate can have chemical effects, raising levels of Immunoglobulin A in the immune system, helping to protect against respiratory problems, as well as makin...
Since it takes very little of this wonder substance to make you feel extremely satisfied, anything becomes possible, in terms of stimulation, so the slow licking off of that chocolate paste becomes even more of a sensual feast
This is a short poem relating to death and the righteous
The Skillet Steed - the legendary creature of folklore - meets an insidious orangutan that doesn't take very kindly to benevolent deeds. Read to find out how the Skillet Steed faces this challenge, and shares a deeper lesson about grace when faced with people that just don't like you ...
Have you ever wondered about the various kinds of offerings found in the Old Testament? Find out more about what God required for people under the old covenant to perform because of sin and why these offerings are no longer needed.