Richard Merrell

Rookie (17/07/1949 / SYDNEY)

Richard Merrell Poems

1. For Me 5/22/2004
2. The Pit 5/22/2004
3. At Sunset 5/23/2004
4. Each Day 5/23/2004
5. Prayer 5/25/2004
6. Dispensable? 5/25/2004
7. It's True 5/22/2004
8. The Seed Is Yeshua 5/22/2004
9. My High Priest 5/22/2004
10. What's In Time? 5/22/2004
11. No Jokes Please 5/23/2004
12. The Suffering Church 5/23/2004
13. Treasure 5/22/2004
14. Upon Nothing 5/22/2004
15. Pure And Simple 5/23/2004
16. My Testimony 5/22/2004
17. It Is Finished 5/22/2004
18. I Shall Behold Thy Face O Lord 5/23/2004
19. Religion Is A Curse 5/23/2004
20. I Esteem Each Day 5/23/2004
21. Do Not Blame Another 5/23/2004
22. Holy Hands 5/23/2004
23. The True Shepherds 5/23/2004
24. A Touch Of Heaven 5/23/2004
25. God's Vomit 5/23/2004
26. I Really Am A Heretic 5/23/2004
27. The True Gospel 5/23/2004
28. A Fool 5/23/2004
29. The Bible 5/23/2004
30. The Beginning Of The Creation Of God 5/23/2004
31. Have You? 5/23/2004
32. I Love You Lord 5/23/2004
33. O Lord, I Think Of You! 5/23/2004
34. Knowing 5/22/2004
35. The Faithful Husband 5/23/2004
36. Satan's Lie 5/23/2004
37. Repent 5/23/2004
38. That Plague 5/23/2004
39. Let's Understand 5/23/2004
40. Deception 5/23/2004
Best Poem of Richard Merrell

Freedom In Your Marriage?

Is there freedom in your marriage?
Or is there bondage bringing woe
Is there freedom in your marriage?
This is what I'd like to know.

For marriage is two people
Each sharing the others love
Not telling each other how to live
Nor giving each other the shove.

For each is an individual
With free-will to be such;
Giving and receiving in their talents -
However much.

Having freedom to enjoy at times
What each may like to do;
Pleasing each other by attitude
Being happy for each too.

Standing by each other
When outsiders shoot the...

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For Me

I was standing in a crowd one day
And there was such a din
Everyone was crying out
'Away and crucify Him'

I asked of one standing near
'What means this they're screaming? '
He told me that the one on trial
Was guilty of 'blaspheming'

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