Tag Archives: Believe

I Believe

At dVerse Poets Pub today Anna calls us to think about our diaphanous diction, the words we love and are drawn to, and the type of poetry we normally write. The word “beloved” immediately came to mind. It’s one I … Continue reading

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Which Thief? – A Poem

Two thieves were crucified beside Jesus one dark day One thief mocked One thief believed Which one would I be? If I was crucified right by His side would I mock and jeer? Which thief would I be? If my … Continue reading

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Overcoming Doubt and Unbelief

Last night I read John 15. It’s not next on my Bible-in-a-year schedule, but a woman of God named Ruth Handy told me I needed to read it, specifically John 15:16. But she said I should read the whole chapter … Continue reading

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