In response to the Lord’s goodness, the psalmist vows publicly to bring an offering of sacrifice and praise to the temple: “I will offer to you the sacrifice of thanksgiving and call on the name of the LORD. I will pay my vows to the LORD in the presence of all his people, in the courts of the house of the LORD, in your midst, O Jerusalem. Praise the LORD!
Sometimes I feel we need different ways to address our prayers, not that God requires this, Jesus taught us to simply start with “Our Father” but because…… Read more “Names”
The gift of tongues can be controversial across Christian denominations. I make no comment on this controversy, this poem simply records my personal conflicts in 1996. Give…… Read more “The Gift”
East is east, and west is west,And never the twain shall meet; – they say,But east met west, and west met east,In Christ; upon that day. The thunder roared,…… Read more “When East Met West”
To see God in a raindrop,Or in a baby’s grin,I need to let Him touch my heart,And let His love flood in. I need to bring these…… Read more “Seeing God”