The Bible

Ringing through this collections of poems is a great love for the Holy Bible, and a simple theme, that if the Bible is to have any meaning it has to be relevant to our present lives. There are many poems that take the reader to the heart of a Bible story, challenging one to consider the reality of what actually happened, – did Moses see a burning bush that was not consumed, were five thousand really fed from just five loaves and two fishes, was a violent tempest stilled? Were sin, disease and death really overcome? And interwoven with these Biblical accounts in verse or prose are other poems that show a searching out of thought and realisation that can be summarised in the simple knowledge that God is Love.

The earnest expectation is that for any reader any one of these poems may find for them an angel thought that brings comfort and healing, and whispers of God’s love. The lightest touch is all it takes for the gentle kiss of inspiration to overcome the direst circumstance and leave healing, peace and reconciliation.

Walk In Freedom, In Thy Truth

Freedom In The Truth


“And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.” John 8: 32

The promise of our Master was really very clear,
Its message was to all men, to follow without fear.
He said “If ye continue”, – and that means every day,
To be his true disciple, his word you must obey.
What is this truth that we shall know and which maketh free?
It is this fact: God made man, – that He made you, made me!
Now God is Truth, is infinite, that can never change:
Reading through the Bible, we see error as all strange!
With eternal Principle, the Truth remains the same,
Man is God’s creation in both nature and in name.
Jesus healed his thousands, and he never made them wait,
No need for convalescence, – health is our present state!
God’s work was always finished, we can expect no less,
It is merely false belief that sees our world a mess!
Walk with the Truth! Don’t be tempted asking “How?”
For there is no problem, when perfection is right now!
Jesus meant just what he said, for truth it maketh free:
Perfection is the standard; pure freedom all can see!


Then said Jesus to those Jews which believed on him, If ye continue in my word, then are ye my disciples indeed; And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free. John 8:31,32

Be ye therefore perfect, even as your Father in heaven is perfect” Matthew 5:48

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