Giving to Thee

[115 words] As I progress through my life,more clearly do I see,it is not what I gather, Lord,but what I give to Thee. I give to Thee by pouring out,my body, heart, and soul,in glory and devotion,trusting Thee to make me whole. I give to Thee by kindly helping,all others, great and small,humbly loving, serving, forgiving,not with part, but with all. I give to Thee by giving free,not expecting in return,knowing my reward will comeat the end of my sojourn. As I progress through my life,more clearly do I see,the more I give to You, Dear Lord,the more You give...

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Lockdown Lament

[60 words] Alone and then, lonely – two different words,So alike and yet standing apart;One speaks of location, of not “being there,”The other, of bruising the heart. We may be at distance while we are confined,Unable to share the same space;Though love remains still and our hearts remain joined,How we ache for that sweet face to face. Dalton Key10th and Rockford church of ChristTulsa, OK...

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Traveling the Rocky Road

[115 words] The road is long, the rocks are large,But we needn’t go ‘round them all,For if we muscle, and keep on moving,We’ll gain more strength for the haul. The road is tough, the rocks are many,But they needn’t cause us to slip,For if we’re careful where we tread,We’ll more quickly learn how to grip. The road’s winding, the rocks, unsafe,But they needn’t bring useless bane,For when we learn the best steps used,Though more taken, the more we gain. The road’s uncertain, the rocks, e’er present,But we needn’t tread without trust,The Lord will shine and He will guide,And the rocks...

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The Cure for All Ills

[97 words] You may have the best of doctorsWho can treat the best of menBut there’s an ill he cannot cureIt’s the ravages of sin For sickness and diseasesCan take a mighty tollBut their dark and gloomy fingersCannot reach or touch the soul But sin, with its ugly natureHarms body, mind, and spiritAnd no man can cut its cordThus we should always fear it Now, there is a Great PhysicianWhose prescription fits the billThe only thing that rids all sinIs a dose of the Lord’s Gos-pill! Edd SterchiBroadway church of ChristCampbellsville, KY...

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The Lady And The Cross

[149 words] The Lady stands, Tall and proud,Her silent voice rings clear and loud.Welcoming all unto her shores,As the humble masses arrived in hordes. Thru war and famine, Calm and peace, To weary souls she brought release.From her perch she had to frown, As on that morn the towers came down. Brightly her light has shown thru it all, Reminding us of liberty for one and all.On the hill a cross massive and tall, It’s silent voice hearkens to all. Welcoming all to come to it’s base, To see the One who died for every race.From sin and death comes calm and peace, Where the sin...

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Show Me, O God, How to Hate

  [84 words] Show me, O God, how to hateThis wicked world and all its ways,To hate this life wrapped up in things,In thoughts that throw us far from you. Destroy what cannot remain forever,That I might gain eternal blessing,Release desires and old resentments,For cleansing the heart grown hard by sin. Show me, O Father, how to loveAll heavenly truths that lighten my burden;Let die this seed, enrich the soil,To grow in Christ from the ground of pain.  Randal Mathenybelievingprayer.com...

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Ten Little Christians

[199 words] Ten Little Christians came to church all the time;One fell out with the preacher, then there were nine.Nine Little Christians stayed up late;One overslept on Sunday, then there were eight.Eight Little Christians on their way to Heaven;One took the low road, then there were seven.Seven Little Christians, chirping like chicks;One didn’t like the singing, then there were six.Six Little Christians seemed very much alive;One took a vacation, then there were five.Five Little Christians pulling for Heaven’s shore;One stopped to take a rest, then there were four.Four Little Christians each as busy as a bee;One had his feelings hurt,...

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God is Everywhere

[127 words] Let not your heart be troubled,He knows and understands.He knows of all your heartachesAnd reaches out His hand.Don’t crowd thoughts with worriesOr dwell on foolish things.God’s love is everywhere,This to you He brings. The sparrows search the sky for HimThe flowers raise their heads.The smallest creatures on this earthScurry from their beds.The morning brightens up the dayAnd clouds float through the sky.As we see God in majesty.His hand doth skillfully ply. He sends the soft, caressing rainTo green up yonder fields.He’s measured every grain of sand,His promise He’s revealed.How wonderful it is to knowHe hears our every whim.God’s...

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A Mother Isn’t Just Somebody

[179 words] “Somebody” said a mother is an unskilled laborer. “Somebody” never gave a squirmy infant a bath. “Somebody” said you know how to be a mother by instinct. “Somebody” never took a three-year-old shopping. “Somebody” said that “good” mothers never yell at their kids. “Somebody’s” child never sent a baseball through a neighbor’s picture window. “Somebody” said a mother can find all the answers to her child-rearing questions in books. “Somebody” never had a child stuff beans in her nose. “Somebody” said a mother always adores her children. “Somebody” never tried to comfort a colicky baby at 3 a.m....

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A Pack of Seeds

[96 words] I bought myself a pack of seeds,To grace my garden fair.And stuck them in my pocketFor months they waited there. And when the time had come to seeThe flower’s lovely face,I thought it strange that only weedsWere growing in their place. How foolish then, oh Christian man,God’s Word, you have indeed.You carry it or hide it,But do not plant the seed. No fruit there grows in garden fair,Unless the seed you sow;For you the Word of God must plant,Then God will make it grow. Charles G. Ramsey...

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A Little Place

[90 words] “Father, where shall I work today?”And my love flowed warm and free.Then He pointed out a tiny spotAnd said, “Tend that for Me.” I answered quickly, “Oh no, not there,Why, no one would ever seeNo matter how well my work was done.Not a little place for me!” And the word He spoke, it was not stern,He answered me tenderly;“Ah, little one, search that heart of thine,Art thou working for them or Me?Nazareth was a little placeAnd so was Galilee.” Borrowed...

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Don’t Quit

[192 words] When things go wrong, as they sometimes will,when the road you’re trudging seems all up hill,when the funds are low and the debts are high,and you want to smile, but you have to sigh,when care is pressing you down a bit,rest, if you must—but don’t you quit. Life is queer with its twists and turns,as everyone of us sometimes learns,and many a failure turns aboutwhen he might have won had he stuck it out;Don’t give up, though the pace seems slow—You might succeed with another blow. Often the goal is nearer than it seemsto a faint and faltering...

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He Is

[149 words] When you are the neediest,He is the most sufficient.When you are completely helpless,He is the most helpful.When you feel totally dependent,He is absolutely dependable.When you are the weakest, He is the most able.When you are the most alone,He is intimately present.When you feel you are the least, He is the greatest.When you feel the most useless,He is preparing you.When it is the darkest,He is the only Light you need.When you feel the least secure,He is your Rock and Fortress,When you are the most humble,He is most gracious. “Now unto Him that is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that...

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Time for Eternity

[124 words] Why another day to open my eyes,To breathe at early mom a cooler air,To place my feet upon the floor, ariseFrom sleep, and wash the night from face and hairAnd soul, to face another sun’s surprise? Why, indeed, if not to lift up praiseTo God Almighty?! For zeal and faith to pursueHis will and presence, love and quiet displaysOf glory?! Another day to seek and renewDeep trust in all ofHeaven ‘s work and ways?! A precious gift from God, this day and hour,That we exchange them for the everlasting!In this exchange is purpose, life, and power,A people who...

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Think Happiness

[150 words] Think of the things that make you happyNot of the things that make you sad;Think of the fine and true in mankind,Not its sordid side and bad;Think of the blessings that surround you,Not the ones that are denied;Think of the virtues of your friendships,Not the weak and faulty side;Think of the good of you that’s spoken,Not some cruel, hostile word;Think of the days of health and pleasures,Not the days of woe and pain;Think of the days alive with sunshine,Not the dismal days of rain;Think of the hopes that lie before you,Not the waste that lies behind;Think of the...

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Spiritual All the Time

[186 words] I go through cycles in my life,Times of weakness and of strength.The bad times seem to last too long,And the good are too short of length. But what I desire is always clear,What I want in my inner man.I want to be a man of great courage and faith,Always ready to take a stand. So why do I cycle through times in my lifeSometimes feeling like the man I should be?Then falling into another slump,When consistency is just too hard to see? Why can’t I always share Your Word?Why can’t I pray all the time?Why am I sometimes...

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Are You An Active Member?

[110 words] Are you an active member,The kind that would be missed?Or are you just contentedThat your name is on the list? Do you attend the meetingsAnd mingle with the flock,Or do you stay at homeAnd criticize and knock? Do you ever go and visitA member that is sickOr leave the work for just a fewAnd talk about the clique? Do you make an effortTo get the Good News out?Or rather say it’s not your jobYielding to fears and doubt? Think this over, Christian,You do know right from wrong;Are you an active member,Or do you just belong? via Broadway church...

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Hell is Where They Will Reside

[110 words] (After an impassioned speech by Vice-President Joe Biden on Sept. 3, 2014) “Hell is where they will reside,”Is said of vile and violent men,By powerful heads who themselves divide,And seek to rule again. Hell was made for the father of lies,And all who follow his rebel path;The place where man eternally diesAnd feels God’s holy wrath. Of Hell our Savior often spoke,He knows the danger beyond the grave;From darkness, pain, and fiery smokeWould Jesus utterly save. His followers work, not to destroy,But speak a word of truth to restore;Hell is real, so forces deployTo open heaven’s door. J....

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Worship the Lord in the Beauty of Holiness

[163 words] Worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness;Bow down in reverence, God’s glory proclaim;Gold of obedience and incense of lowlinessBring now, adoring the Lord’s holy name. Low at his feet lay thy burden of carefulness;High on his heart Jesus bears it for thee,Comforts thy sorrows and answers thy prayerfulness,Guiding thy steps as may best for thee be. Fear not to enter God’s courts in the slendernessOf the poor wealth thou wouldst reckon as thine;Truth in its beauty and love in its tenderness:These are the offerings to lay on his shrine. These, though we bring them in trembling and...

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The Wise May Bring Their Learning

[135 words] The wise may bring their learning,The rich may bring their wealth,And some may bring their greatness,And some bring strength and health;We, too, would bring our treasuresTo offer to the King;We have no wealth or learning;What shall we children bring? We’ll bring Him hearts that love Him;We’ll bring Him thankful praise,And young souls meekly strivingTo walk in holy ways;And these shall be the treasuresWe offer to the King,And these are gifts that evenThe poorest child may bring. We’ll bring the little dutiesWe have to do each day;We’ll try our best to please Him,At home, at school, at play;And better...

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Mind Garden

[19 words] Your mind is a garden,Your thoughts are the seeds.You can grow flowers,Or you can grow weeds....

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Speak, Speak, Then Speak Again

[158 words] Fair topic of talk is today’s weather,The rain, tornadoes, cold and heat,And, mostly for men, in sports whetherThis team or that will win the meet. Then comes chat about dramas and series,Movies, actors, and famous folk,Jobs, economy, political theories,Cars and clothes, the inevitable joke. But talk of hope and life beyondThe grave? The spirit’s deepest need?Of faith and works, and how to respondTo Jesus Christ with urgent speed? Where is our talk of these, my friends?Confessing Christ to all we meet?Reminding all that what one spendsOr saves or wears or drives is no feat Worthy of God’s approving...

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Hell

[231 words] The prison house of despair.Here are some things that will not be there:No flowers win bloom on the banks of HELL,No beauties of nature, we love so well;No comforts of home, music and song,No friendship or joy will be found in that throng;No children to brighten that long dreary night,No love or peace, not one ray of light;No blood-washed soul with face beaming bright,No loving smile in that region of night;No mercy, no pity, pardon nor grace.No water, o’ God, what a terrible place!The pangs of the lost no human can tell,Not one moment’s ease, there is no...

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There Was a Man…

[405 words] There was a manWho walked this landAnd passed through Galilee.He crossed the fields,Plucked corn for mealsAnd walked upon the sea. Despised of men,Yet without sin,He taught them truth and love.With smiling faceHe told of graceWhich came from God above. Three years He taughtTo turn from naughtTo riches in the sky,To turn from sinAnd start againTo trust the God on high. The chosen raceHad shown disgraceAnd needed to repent.He chose twelve menFrom the world of sinAnd with His gospel sent. While serving Christ,They were enticed,But followed all the way.They stood steadfastUntil at lastThe mob took Him away. He was...

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Clearly In My Mind

[169 words] I have often wondered in my heart,As quiet moments of reflection take me,What in life is real and right and true?And what lies am I told by what I see? Things I touch seem so tangible,My fingers confirm it to be so,Yet, I know of a world I cannot touch,And there my thoughts often go. A world of Cherubim and Angels,Where God’s throne rules every space,Where bodies are perfect and sickness no more,Every being touched by His grace. I know of horrid things as wellSheer evil there doest dwell.Demons, wicked angels, yea Satan himself,Every dark denizen of hell....

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Brotherly Love

[196 words] There once was a ladWho often got madAt his brother while they were at play.He would fuss and fightWith all of his mightAnd, oh, the ugly things he would say! You never could tellFrom the way he’d yellIf he had any love in his heart.He never gave thoughtNot even when caughtThat he and his brother would part. Then one dreary nightDeath’s angel took flightTook the soul of his brother away.Then thoughts of the pastHad meaning at lastBut too late for the Angel’s delay. He prayed for a chanceTo stop Time’s advance,To correct all the wrongs he had done.He...

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I Have No Voice

[132 words] To live or die,some say is a choice.But as for me, I have no voice. In my mother’s womb,I slowly am formed.With arms and legs,I soon am adorned. All that I need,My mother supplies.Nourishment and oxygen,Even the color of my eyes. And, although on her,For life I depend.I am an individual,On this we must contend. By the words of the PsalmistIn the Bible we are told,That from the time of conception,My life God does behold. By God I am formed,In the womb of my mother.Given an identity of my own,And not that of another. The choice to live...

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After the Rain

[55 words] The withering grass knows not its needs;The falling rain knows not its worth;But God the silent suffering heeds;And bids His showers refresh the earth. My drooping heart oft may not knowWhat things to pray for as I ought;But God will needed good bestow,Beyond what I have asked or thought. Edward A. Collier...

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The Clock of Life

[78 words] The clock of life is wound but once,And no man has the powerTo tell just when the hands will stopAt late or early hour. To lose one’s wealth is sad indeed,To lose one’s health is more,To lose one’s soul is such a lossThat no man can restore. The present only is our own,So live, love, toil with a will,Place no faith in “Tomorrow,”For the Clock may then be still. Robert H. Smith...

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Soaring Faith

[50 words] The eagle sweeps across the sky,Wind under its wings and opened breast.It glides upon the current, highAbove the earth, for food and rest.Wait, wait upon the Lord,Renew your strength where the Spirit blows;Your soaring faith its own reward,The quiet heights for your repose. J. Randal Matheny...

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The Bible and the Television

[174 words] Oh, Lord, I like to read the Bible;Its teachings fill me with delight.But now I’m watching television;My favorite program’s on tonight! I read it for my own up-building;I need it to lead my steps aright.Tomorrow night I’ll read a chapter,But television’s good tonight! No other book is like the Bible,So free from sin’s corroding blight.I must take time to read more often,But television’s good tonight! Perhaps I’ll read it just a momentBetween a wrestling match or fight.I need more time for meditation,But television’s good tonight! Some nights I’m somewhat disappointed;The picture isn’t very bright;And then I read, just...

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The Road to Success 

  [62 words] The road to success is not straight. There is a curve called Failure, A loop called Confusion, Speed bumps called Friends, Red lights called Enemies. You will have flats called jobs. But, if you have a spare called Determination, an engine called Perseverance, insurance called Faith, and a driver called Jesus, you will make it to a place called Success.  Author Unknown ...

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Peace from Pain

  [36 words] When days are rough, and times seem tough, and we’re under pressure and strain; Trust the Lord, and obey His Word, and peace will come from the pain. Edd Sterchi Broadway church of Christ Campbellsville, KY...

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Be Strong!

  [96 words] Be strong! We are not here to play, to dream, to drift; We have hard work to do, and loads to lift; Shun not the struggle – face it; ’tis God’s gift. Be strong! Say not, “The days are evil. Who’s to blame?” And fold the hands and acquiesce — oh shame! Stand up, speak out, and bravely, in God’s name. Be strong! It matters not how deep intrenched the wrong, How hard the battle goes, the day how long; Faint not — fight on! Tomorrow comes the song. M. D. Babcock via Gardner church of Christ...

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Thank God For Little Things

  [66 words] Thank You, God, for little things That often come our way The things we take for granted But don’t mention when we pray.  The unexpected courtesy, The thoughtful, kindly deed A hand reached out to help us In the time of sudden need. Oh, make us more aware, dear God, Of little daily graces That come to us with sweet surprise From never-dreamed-of places. via Church of Christ Scottsboro, AL...

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Whatever!

  [30 words] Whatever your trial, God sees. Whatever your struggle, God knows. Whatever your cry, God hears. Whatever your difficulty, God cares. Whatever your problem, God understands. Whatever your need, God provides. via Broadway church of Christ Campbellsville, KY...

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Changing The Past

  [159 words] The past is the past for a reason. That is where it is supposed to stay, But some cannot let it go. In their heads it eats away Until all their focus becomes The person they used to be, The mistakes they made in their life. Oh, if only they could see That you cannot change what happened, No matter how hard you try, No matter how much you think about it, No matter how much you cry. What happens in your lifetime Happens for reasons unknown, So you have to let the cards unfold Let your...

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Hand in Hand, a Child and I

  [127 words] Dear Lord, I do not ask that thou shouldst give Me some high work of thine, Some noble calling or some wondrous task. Give me a little hand to hold in mine; Give me a little child to point the way over the strange, sweet path that leads to thee; Give me a little voice to teach to pray; Give me two shining eyes thy face to see The only crown I ask, dear Lord, to wear is this: That I may teach a little child. I do not ask that I should ever stand among the...

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Gratitude

  [66 words] For sunlit hours and visions clear, For all remembered faces dear; For comrades of a single day Who sent us stronger on our way; For friends who shared the year’s long road And bore with us the common load; For hours that levied heavy tolls, But brought us nearer to our goals; For insights won through toil and tears– We thank the Keeper of our years. Clyde McGee via Broadway church of Christ Campbellsville, KY...

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If I Went Shopping For a Dad

  [97 words] If I went shopping for a dad, Here is what I’d buy: One who would always stop To answer a little child’s “Why?” One who would always speak kindly To a little girl or boy. One who would give to others A bit of sunshine and joy. I’d pick a dad that followed The Bible’s Golden Rule, And one who went regularly To church and Sunday school. I’d buy the very finest dad To place on our family tree, And then I’d try to live like him So he would be proud of me. Helen Kitchell Evans...

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