A Haiku* based on my previous blog: You mess, you confess, And God will forgive your sin 'Cause God is like that. *Haiku, a poem of seventeen syllables, in three lines of five, seven, and five with no rhyming plan, originating in Japan.
To follow Jesus: Do not seek your comfort, seek the kingdom of God
Give, pray, fast. Begin From your secret place. All for the glory of God.
Revenge tastes so sweet, But that's not God' way. He said "Love your enemies."
An eye for an eye And take teeth for teeth leads to A toothless blind world
In court? Then do this: Swear truth on the book that says Do not swear on books.
I see her, and think: What can the girl do for me? That is lust, not love.
Is anger a sin? "Be angry but do not sin," Said Saint Paul. So no.
Salt of the Earth - You! Light of the world. That's you too. Act like you mean it.
it is a year since I last wrote a poem my mind on serious things forgets that there is a world out there a world of life and love a world where walks can be made to places just to see what's there and having seen return as more of a person than I was …