Michael P. Johnson

Bronze Star - 2,305 Points (7th Nov.1943 / New Silksworth / Sunderland Co/Durham England)

Michael P. Johnson Poems

1. Say Hello 1/31/2008
2. How High The Cost 1/31/2008
3. Crying In The Rain 1/31/2008
4. The Thief Had Time 1/31/2008
5. Just An Ugly Cup 1/31/2008
6. Icebergs 1/31/2008
7. The Computer Age 2/1/2008
8. In Search Of Love 2/1/2008
9. Smoke In The Eyes 2/1/2008
10. Riding On Heaven's Breeze 2/2/2008
11. My Help Needed 2/2/2008
12. Praise Worthy 2/2/2008
13. May Praise Be Heard 2/2/2008
14. As The Spirit Moves 2/2/2008
15. Tears 2/2/2008
16. Wondrous Joy 2/2/2008
17. Spit It Out 2/2/2008
18. See! As Peter Saw 2/2/2008
19. How Can I? 2/2/2008
20. 'Because I Love You' 2/3/2008
21. Amen 2/3/2008
22. Life's Perception 2/3/2008
23. A Single Drop 2/4/2008
24. I Want My God 2/4/2008
25. Imagine 2/4/2008
26. I See 2/4/2008
27. Religion Harnessed 2/4/2008
28. Religion Rampant 2/4/2008
29. The Light Was Out 2/4/2008
30. Recalling Jonah 2/4/2008
31. Testament In Tears 2/4/2008
32. The Warning 2/5/2008
33. What Does One Need 2/5/2008
34. Please Hear Me 2/5/2008
35. Believe Receive & Live 2/5/2008
36. I See It Now 2/5/2008
37. Blessed Is The Child 2/5/2008
38. Daybreak 2/5/2008
39. Amazing Is My God To Me 2/6/2008
40. God's Changing Wind 2/6/2008
Best Poem of Michael P. Johnson

I Trust In Jesus

Before this body turns to dust
Before this world I leave
Upon The Lord I’ve placed my trust
Upon The Rock I’ll cleave


I’ve placed my trust in Jesus Christ
God’s Son of flesh and bone
The innocent Lamb sacrificed
I trust His word alone


I trust He chose for man to die
Then rose again to reign
That as God’s Seed He’d multiply
His flock when born-again


I trust His blood can cleanse the soul
I trust His blood can save
His very name can make us whole
And save us from the grave


I trust in Jesus’ loving care
I trust He ...

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“I am the Lord who’ll always reign
I am three, yet one remain
I cannot die I’ll always live
Believe the truth to you I give


I was I am ere time began
I The Lord created man
I am but one, and yet I’m three

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