Wednesday, July 9, 2014


Who has eyes that burn like fire?
Who has hair as white as snow?
Who can meet our heart’s desire?
Who has feet like bronze aglow?

Who has love as strong as death?
Who has power in His voice?
Who grants man his every breath?
Who is reason to rejoice?

Who is robed in spotless white?
Who is known for victories won?
Whose arms are set with chrysolite?
Who shines brighter than the sun?

In Whose Name is there all power,
The Name that can from sin release us?
Who is coming at this hour?
None other than our Bridegroom, Jesus.

-- C.V., H.R., and F.R.(ages 16, 13, and 11)

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Image credit: Image courtesy of Sid Roth, It's Supernatural, testimony of Tony Kemp.

Author's note The poems in this blog were written by my children, ages seven through fifteen . The "Why This Blog" post explains how the Lord inspired these poems in answer to a prayer during illness.  I also recommend visiting my children's blog, A Brush with Life, where you will also find beautiful art they have drawn for the glory of God. You can access my complete blog directory at "Writing for the Master."  Now I'd like to ask a very important question.

Do You Want to Know Him?
If you want to know Jesus personally, you can. It all begins when you repent and believe in Jesus.  Do you know what God's Word, the Bible says?

“Jesus came into Galilee, preaching the gospel of God, and saying, ‘The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God is at hand; repent and believe in the gospel.’” (Mar 1:14b-15).  He preached that we must repent and believe.

Please see my explanation of this in my post called "Do You Want to Know Jesus?"

Len Lacroix is the founder of Doulos Missions International.  He was based in Eastern Europe for four years, making disciples, as well as helping leaders to be more effective at making disciples who multiply, developing leaders who multiply, with the ultimate goal of planting churches that multiply. His ministry is now based in the United States with the same goal of helping fulfill the Great Commission.

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