Say His Name: Cannon Blake Hinnants

When a child dies And media hides Not only the murderer But also his name, the boy, the innocent victim Doesn't it make you wonder How many lives will be plundered Before Truth will prevail ... Or how many "peaceful" protests will ruin monuments and destroy businesses ... without regret ... acting in no avail? … Continue reading Say His Name: Cannon Blake Hinnants

Deliverance

"Hey Buddy" As he stared at me I thanked God for cows All His foreknowledge and know-how For think of milk Its calcium, its fill Sleepless nights call for a glass of warm milk Chocolate chip cookies need to dunk Homemade mac and cheese need spunk Bones made alive No matter how dry And His … Continue reading Deliverance

O Merciful God!

a tired spirit a dry spirit choking on dust Lord, have mercy on us! we fall short of Your glory we try to control Your story we love broken we thank You for how You have woven us as one in unity with Father, Spirit, Son rain down all that is righteous to drown what … Continue reading O Merciful God!

Arise!

  Arise With His eyes To see The poverty In your own heart first Where you have both received and given hurt Repent For in Him, you are welcome You are Home You don't need to grovel for forgiveness It is a gift given as you undress Peeling off the flesh Throwing idols in the … Continue reading Arise!

Colors of Christ

a plethora heavenly flora though we pick colors we see wedding decor, dresses, sandals for our feet Christ's colors reveal more in their aroma looks can deceive while unmistakable peace ill-described in speech is better discerned beneath or such gentle smiles rise from within after walking miles in the light abiding honoring His timing obedience … Continue reading Colors of Christ

Under His Wings: A Poem for Police

It's hard to make small talk When another officer is lost It's difficult to grieve When murder offers no reprieve It is impossible to know How far evil seeds sow It is my one and only Hope to know Jesus who helps me say boldly No weapon formed against believers will prosper For NOTHING stops … Continue reading Under His Wings: A Poem for Police