Michael P. Johnson

Gold Star - 7,370 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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Say Hello

No matter where I am today
If well, or feeling low
I’ll come before my God and say
“I’ve come to say hello”

Then as we talk, I’ll stretch my hand
I’ll find my Father’s own
We’ll touch; once more I’ll understand
In Christ, I’m not alone

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