Tag Archives: Hatred

Divided We’ll Fall

It dawned on me late last night before the dawn there’s only moonlight The days may be longer but in darkness they stand as hatred and murder shroud our fair land Together we’d stand but divided we’ll fall without our … Continue reading

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Light Shines in the Shadows

Lurking in the shadows of my mind, of my heart Anger, hatred, fear, doubt dwell where they think they escape the light I dare not enter the shadows alone With Light in hand I reveal that which hides in the shadows … Continue reading

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The Red Horse and His Rider

When the Lamb opens the second seal The red horse and his rider will go out With power to take the peace of this world That the end is then nigh there is no doubt But will the rider find … Continue reading

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Kind Words and Iron Doors

It’s Day 29 of NaPoWriMo. I have mixed feelings about the month of celebrating poetry coming to an end. On the one hand, it’s good to have the motivation to write every day. On the other hand, some days it’s … Continue reading

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Forgiveness Set Me Free to Love – A Poem

Each year WordPress provides me with an annual report of my blogging activity for the past year. Included in the top five posts of 2012 was an article titled Forgiveness that I wrote for my church newsletter and was the … Continue reading

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Overcoming – A Poem

Synonyms are words that have the same or similar meaning as another word. Antonyms are words that are opposite in meaning to other words. I am thankful for antonyms because they are proof that in spite of all the evil … Continue reading

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A Crazy World, a Crazy Idea

This morning as a drove into the parking lot at work the song “Crazy Enough” by MercyMe was playing in my car, and the flags in front of our building were still flying at half mast because of the Saturday … Continue reading

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A Love So Divine

This past weekend I started reading Tortured for Christ by Pastor Richard Wurmbrand. It is the true story of his imprisonment and torture in Communist Romania for preaching the Gospel. I had intended to read the whole book and then … Continue reading

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Anger Does Not Bring Righteousness

Recently I have been frustrated and upset by statements on blogs and in the media, as well as comments in both places, that show a hatred of Christians and Christianity. Some of this comes from ignorance about what Christians truly believe or … Continue reading

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Love Trumps Hatred

I don’t really understand hatred. I have felt it in my heart at times to a degree, but it is never a pleasant feeling. I don’t understand people who make hatred of others a habit or adopt it as a … Continue reading

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