Poem: Tis The Season

I hope you enjoy this poem. I have written several throughout the years and decided to post them up here on my site as an archive and also for you, my reader to enjoy. Let me know what you think of them, and if the words impacted you in anyway.

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John 12:46
I have come into the world as a light, so that no one who believes in me should stay in darkness.

Alone in this beautiful city, full of wonder.

I cry for the boy who cuts himself, longing for love. The beautiful girl alone with no father, wishing her family wouldn’t divorce.

The man in the bar, drinking away his sorrow. No one has told them the true reason for this season.

Hanging lights around the tree, I stop to pray. Those who are hoping to see another tomorrow are dying. I pray for those that celebrate without the Bright and Morning Star, hopeless in these cold, wintry months.

His Words sweep the rooftops, touching the hearts of His children. “Show them who I am, give them the answer they need, I need to love them, you’re the one I will use.”

God’s Kingdom in every toy store, His love on every street corner, His mercy over every homeless wanderer. His love is the gift that can be given without a credit card.

Tis’ the season to see the lost come to their savior, a true time of love. Jesus holding His sheep in His arms, never letting them go. The lost are being found, the blind are beginning to see, this beautiful Christmas.


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