Monday, October 24, 2016



God in his infinite wisdom
Has chosen to grant me
The wealth and joy
Of an extended family

The love that we share is
Manifested in His praise
And we've all learned
To change our ways
We will be a family always
In heaven or on the earth
Others may see the love that we share
But the Lord alone knows its true worth



As you walk together on
The journey of married life,
You'll see that there's more to it,
Than just being a husband and a wife.

Remember that in the eyes of God.
That the two of you are now one,
And God will fill your life with blessings
If you'll just keep your focus on His Son.

Saturday, October 22, 2016


Before I post the next 2 poems for the week I want to address U.S. citizens both here and abroad Regardless of who you vote for, you need to get out & vote.. My personal feelings are that if you vote for Hilary, you're  looking @ 8 years of the same crap we've been mired in. The only difference is that she will lead this nation toward becoming a socialist state & throw democracy out the window.
A vote for Trump is a vote for a fresh start. He is not a politician, but he will surround himself with the right people that have political know how. That being said, I guess you need to vote your conscious.


Friday, October 21, 2016

Sunday, October 9, 2016


(A Spiritual version of College Football U.S.A.)

It was the very last game of the season
For Yeshiva College's blue and white
They were playing Messiah College
Whose players all walk in God's Light)

It has been a long time rivalry
Since the first time that they met
Each trying to prove who's really right
But Yeshiva College has not won yet

They played each other very tough
As the first half came to a close
Then the rabbis gave their pep talk
What they said Go only knows

The score remained zero-zero as
The Final minutes were fleeting by
Then Messiah College kicked a field goal
And the home crowd breathed with a sigh

Yeshiva's halfback took the final kickoff
And behind his blockers he began to run
Evading tackles and scoring a touchdown but
It was not over yet for the saga had just begun

"Hooray for the football hero," he thought
"The man who had saved Yeshiva's day"
Then as he turned toward the cheering crowd
He know that he had run the opposite way

Quite obviously he and his teammates still did not get it
For if they had accepted Yeshua who died for their sins
It would not have mattered what the final score was because
By professing Him as their Jewish Messiah everybody wins