Come: A Poem (Winter 2018, last poem in this section of collection)
Receive God’s mercy while it still can be found.
“Do you know there are people designed to hear My voice through you? Do you know that you have been designed to move? Do you know that you are not meant to be stagnate? Stuck in your sin, bound by the enemy, unable to win.”
Today, you have the choice to choose between life and death, which shall it be?
“That if you confess with your mouth the Lord Jesus and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved” (Romans 10:9).
O Child, how they search for Me,
Because the void inside,
Has their hearts longing,
And their souls crying out.
It’s so easy to read this passage of Scripture and move to next without understanding and appreciating what Jesus endured for you and me.
I hope you will join me in praying for President Biden’s salvation and redemption.
Before Christ, I was deluded and deceived. I thought I was a good person until God, in His mercy, goodness, and love, drew me unto Himself. He revealed Himself to me through the Scriptures and in turn the truth about who I am, apart from Him, was revealed.
I once watched a sermon by Paul Washer, and he said something that stuck with me: You cannot have an encounter with Jesus Christ and not be changed.
There is One who has healed me of my brokenness. There is One who has set me free from rejection. There is One who has given me life, Love, Purpose, Identity, And His name is Jesus. If you want true love, If you want to be set free, If you want to be healed, ItContinue reading “True Love’s Invitation: A Poem”