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Oft in vain the voice of truth,
Solemnly and loudly warns;
Thoughtless, unexperienced youth,
Though it hears, the warning scorns [...]

John Newton
Monday, May 13th 2024

There is a now and not yet,
you see, let us not forget
that we are counted as sheep.
Be stoic? No, freely weep
and cry, yet hold our only
hope to be completely free. [...]

Joshua Pauling
Thursday, April 4th 2024

Wean me from the world
From its worries
And its wealth.
Show me how to move [...]

Sara DuBose
Thursday, March 14th 2024

Dirt kicked up with folly, laughter, and play;
ignorance was bliss as we played board games.
“He’s gone,” we overheard our mother say.
There was no response as we called his name. [...]

Lyndi Brey
Thursday, March 14th 2024

Where the trail, young traveler, divides,
Thy fate, unlike thyself,
Has long already taken sides,
And waits but for thyself. [...]

Ryan Post
Wednesday, March 13th 2024

At the end of twenty-four hours,
There was still work left to be done.
Satisfaction as to the results was low.
Cheerful moments numbered, few to none. [...]

Mike Hall
Wednesday, January 31st 2024

How sweet to see on brightest banks
The King’s Tree stooped with luscious fruit
No knot or mold on pearly flanks
No rot within its roots [...]

Thomas Wysong
Monday, January 29th 2024

Paul didn’t ask to be saved.
He was out “serving God”
But was really depraved.
To his laws and traditions
Was fully enslaved, [..]

Sarah Steele
Monday, January 29th 2024

My weathered family walks the eroding beaches under cream and pewter
sky that’s seen vacations faded and dull with blight,
the wind pulls out what’s layered beneath, the great revealer
of these visions unclear in the indifferent light [...]

J. A. Baker
Monday, January 22nd 2024

’Til the dawning of the day be night
And all God’s glory comes to light
’Til the sun and moon shine no more
Before all things are finally restored [...]

Herbert H. Vann, Sr.
Tuesday, December 19th 2023

In the stillness of the night,
when the fire is burning low,
and its bright and orange light
dwindles to an ashen glow, [...]

Joseph E. Keysor
Wednesday, November 29th 2023

This load of guilt that weighs upon my mind
and chills the natural movements of the heart,
these cares that burn, and memories that bind,
that grip my soul and make me stand apart [...]

Joseph E. Keysor
Friday, September 1st 2023

As wise servants invest their time and gold,
So good things come to those who work and pray;
Faithfulness is the fruit that yields tenfold [...]

Jacob Bier
Friday, September 1st 2023

Though we prefer Him in a sky
Of Technicolor blue with clouds
All cottony, all downy soft,
With angels hovering nearby [...]

Jeffrey Essmann
Friday, September 1st 2023

A crown of thorns is forced upon his brow,
His scalp is sliced and both his temples torn;
The skin gives way like dirt beneath a plow,
A crown of thorns. […]

Jacob Bier
Saturday, July 1st 2023

“Modern Reformation has championed confessional Reformation theology in an anti-confessional and anti-theological age.”

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