Poems About: FAITH
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
Devil reigns, reigning,
mind, heart and soul.
In his extended Kingdom read more »Palas kumar Ray
350.A Modern Day Miracle
Where could you find an example
of true faith in the twentieth century?
‘Faith Like Potatoes’ to plant read more »Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
It is the Spirit that knows.
It is the Spirit that shows,
Everyone with kept faith what it takes! read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
352.Faith More Precious Than Gold
Although now, for a while,
Sore distressed by grievous trial,
And your love for your Lord may grow cold,
You are shielded by Him, read more »Edward A. Morris
353.With The Faith I Keep
And when I love,
It's with a feeling that's deep.
And when I share,
I give and want to receive. read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
My heart is strong and true
I have faith in you
The world has done you wrong
You fallowed the wrong path read more »Davina Vanessa Rivas
355.Divine faith.Immaculate faith
You know the one
He worked in the bad weather
And only Divine Faith.
Immaculate Faith. Kept him alive read more »BanishedFairy (a.k.a ngaka motaung)
Love thy neighbour as thyself:
It is not to love thy neighbour
HE was telling us all. read more »A. Jayaprakash Jayaprakash Panicker
357.Faith and Professions
One cannot serve God without strong a faith;
You cannot serve two masters, man and God;
Your Faith is paramount in earthly life;
One’s faith should determine one’s actions too. read more »Dr John Celes
358.OTHERS' FAITH INSPIRES ME
OTHERS' FAITH INSPIRES ME
Others' faith inspires me
And makes me check my own read more »Gary James Smith
359.Roads To Rome
All broad roads will lead to Rome, a place where many will call home,
Where mystic leaders play a part, spiritually deceiving seeking hearts.
A road that’s not paved by grace, but, every faith men must embrace,
While God’s Truth from the Cross; upon their journey, in hearts is lost. read more »Bob Gotti
360.Running With A Faith That Is Done
With a stumbling numbed,
Going through the paces.
So many people on the run, read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar