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WAIT ON THE LORD
“Wait on the Lord: be of good courage,”
Instead, we let the world be our gauge.
Hurry and scurry, from morn ‘till night,
We surely do not treat our Lord right.
“Be still, and know that I am God,”
Yet we run to and fro, all abroad.
With Him, we should spend quality time,
Be still and list’ to His Words so fine.
“Wait on the Lord, and keep His way,”
Then He shall exalt us, one sweet day.
Patience, it seems, each one of us lack,
Instead, impatience, we seem to pack.
“My soul, wait thou only upon God,”
Don’t take the path of the world, so broad.
Satan is waiting, in shadows dark,
Grinning with glee, when we miss the mark.
He gives strength when we wait on the Lord,
He’ll help us walk in right accord.
Each child of God, can access power,
Thru’ His Spirit; we need not cower.
We all should learn to “Wait on the Lord,”
And do as He states in His holy Word.
Let us KNOW He is God, and be still,
So us, with His blessings, He can fill.
By: Connie Kramer May 13,1996 # 217
(Ps.27:14; 37:34; 46:10; Is.40:31)
WAIT ON THE LORD
When the Lord bids you to seek His Face,
Do you run to receive, His blessed grace?
Do you answer? “Lord, Thy Face I will seek,”
Do you go in pride? or lowly and meek?
Dear Lord, hide not Thy Face far from me,
Do not put Thy servant, away from Thee.
Do not forsake me, or ever leave,
That would cause Thy servant, to surely grieve.
Teach me Thy way O Lord, ev’ry day,
Let Thy brilliant Light, show me the way.
Lead me in a path, ever so plain,
Help from You dear Lord, is such great gain.
You are my Salvation, and my Light,
Without You, days are black as night.
You are my strength Lord, whom shall I fear?
It’s such a blessing, to have You near.
Wait on the Lord, He shall strengthen thy heart,
Patiently trust Him, He will not depart.
Believe on the Lord’s awesome goodness,
Wait on the Lord, I say, for He will bless.
By: His servant, Connie Kramer Sept. 20, 2002 # 902
Walking in darkness, we all did do,
We walked with the devil, me and you.
We have a fallen nature, deep within,
Inherited from Adam; full of sin.
Before we became a child of God,
With the great Deceiver, we did trod.
In trespasses and sins, we were dead,
From God and all His goodness, we fled.
All things of darkness, we must lay aside,
If we want the Holy Spirit, to abide.
Children of Satan, do not do right,
Disobedience is wrong, in God’s sight.
Walking in the Light, is what we must do,
To have eternal life, me and you.
We must, from the old devil’s road flee,
If we e’er want Heaven, eternally.
Walking the narrow road, in Jesus’ Light,
We walk simply by faith, not by sight.
Without faith, we can ne’er please our God,
No matter how many years, on Earth we trod.
We must become a child in God’s fam’ly,
To have any hope, of life eternally.
A mansion in Heav’n, is a Promise true,
All God’s children inherit . . . is that you?
By: His servant, Connie Kramer Dec.11,2008 #1198
Scriptures for above poem:
Gal.5:16-21; Eph.2:1-2; 4:17-32; 5:6-8; Col.3:1-17; 1 John 3:10; 2:9-11,17; Tit.1:2;
Rom.13:10; 8:1-17; John 14:16,26-27; Ps.73:24; Mat.13:43; 7:12-13; Heb.11:6;
John 1:12-13; 3:3-8, 15-18; 5:24; 8:24; 14:1-6; 1 Pet.1:4; Acts 4:12; Ps.36:9; Acts 26:18; 1 Pet.2:9. Beware of darkness: Pro.4:19; 24:20; Ecc.2:14; Isa.9:2; 42:7; John 1:5; 3:19; 8:12; Eph.4:18;5:8; 6:12.
BEWARE!!! The devil is out to get you!
2 Cor. 11:14 And no marvel; for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light. (KJV)
Luke 11:35 Take heed therefore that the light which is in thee be not darkness. (KJV)
WALKING BY FAITH
I walk not by my sight, but by faith,
Lord, I trust You with my ev’ry breath!
Why would anything cause me to fear?
When Your awesome Presence, is so near!
You breathed the breath of life into me,
Then You promised, life eternally!
You chose me “in Christ,” ‘fore the world began,
And NO one can thwart or change Your plan!
I trust my all to You, as I walk,
For You will help me, in deeds and talk!
Faith leads me on, as I live for Thee,
O glorious God, of eternity!
‘Fore You created the world, me You did choose,
You knew just how, this servant You’d use!
‘Tis hard to understand, yet I believe,
And faith for my walk, I receive!
Lord, I praise and thank You ev’ry day,
You give pow’r and wisdom, for life’s way!
I thank You for the faith, You give me,
As I walk my way, to eternity!
By: His servant, Connie Kramer Feb.1, 2002 # 857
(2 Cor.5:7; Gen.2:7; Ps. 37:5; 115:11; 118:8; 125:1;
Pro. 3:5; Is. 26:3-4; 50:10; Eph. 1:4-5;
John 3:15-16; 5:24; 14:2-3)
WALKING CLOSE ENOUGH . . . Are You?
Are you walking close enough to Him?
Satan’s just waiting to step right in.
As you walk, do you carry a load?
He’ll help you bear your burden on the road.
As you are walking, don’t fall behind,
The closer to God; the more peace of mind!
In your walk with Him, don’t leave a gap,
Or Satan steps in; he ne’er does nap!
Walk as close to God as you can walk,
Or you may not hear when God does talk.
If you’re too far away, Him to hear,
You may hear Satan, for he is near.
Do you walk today, in fellowship?
God wants you near, let me give you this tip.
Satan does lurk in the shadows drear,
Walk as close as you can; to God draw near.
Satan will look for every chance,
And try with evil, you to enhance.
That’s why it’s so important to you,
To walk close to God: He’s always true!
By: Connie Kramer Apr.12,1996 # 203
(Ps.6:8; 34:18; 145: 18; Jer.23:23; Ac.17:27; Jam.4:7;
1 Jn.1:5-9; 2:3,6,28; 3:1-3; 4:8; 1 P.5:8; Ep.6:11; Heb.13:5,8)
Lord, just let me walk, close by thy side,
I want only, with you to abide.
Let me feel your hand when I do slip,
I may get weary, and tire, on my trip.
Lord, just let me walk, closer each day,,
Help me always, to trust and obey.
A closer walk, is what I do ask,
And strength and wisdom, for ev’ry task.
Lord, I know, many times I displease,
I ask for grace, that I might appease.
You are so pure, so just, and so true,
I’ll fall short, no matter what I do,
I must trust and obey, the best I can,
But it’s hard to do for sinful man.
Without my Jesus, I’d go to Hell,
But thanks be to Him, in Heav’n I’ll dwell.
You have justified me, by my faith,
Praise be to you, I’ll never see death!
I will be grateful to you forever,
Nothing from me, your love can sever.
Lord, let me walk, close by thy side,
Let your Holy Spirit, instruct and guide.
I know I’ll stumble, oft’ ev’ry day,
Please forgive me, and help me obey.
By: Connie Kramer Aug.31,1996 # 256
(Gen.6:9; Ps.16:8; 26:3; 34:18; 73:28; 89:11; 145:18;
Jam.4:8; Ro.3:1-,11,23; 5:1-21; 8:35-39;
1 Jn.2:6,28; 3:6; 2 Jn.9; Jn.5:24; 15:4-10)
WALKING IN LOVE
To walk in love, is to do acts of kindness,
Be kind to another, for them you do bless.
Let us walk in love, let Jesus lead the way,
Imitate our Lord, and brighten someone’s day!
A word of comfort or encouragement,
Is a tried and true kindness, Heaven sent.
Let the light of Jesus, on your path shine,
Let us walk, in His great love divine.
If we walk in His love, we will be kind,
Caring for others, will be on our mind.
When we see their sorrow, pain or sadness,
We walk in love, when we show kindness.
When you ease another’s heartache, you forget your own,
Blessings surround you when kindness is shown.
No act of kindness, is ever a waste,
For being kind is, God’s grace that you taste.
By: His servant, Connie Kramer Sept.10. 2003 # 957
WALKING WITH GOD
Walking with God, one step at a time,
Keeps us out of this world’s filth and grime.
We must speak truth; no sin on our lips,
Only His Holy Spirit equips.
Walking with God, we must always trust,
Also to obey; this is a must.
Believe what He states, for He does care,
He’ll watch out for you, no matter where.
Enoch, Noah, and Josiah too,
Walked with God; just to name a few.
Each one of us, need to be like these,
We don’t want to be God’s enemies.
Fear the Lord! be afraid ‘fore His Name,
Love and revere Him, each day the same.
Walking with God is divine fellowship,
Daily, consistent; a constant trip.
Walking with God, don’t wander away,
No matter what, with Him, you should stay.
Always with Him, in love, do abide,
He’s there to lead, direct, and to guide.
Thru’ long tedious days, you feel alone,
You stumble and fall, and how you do groan.
Why did He leave? when you need Him so?
YOU left! NOT HE! He wants you to know.
He will never leave, never forsake,
This great promise, He will not retake.
Walking with God, He’ll stay by your side,
The choice is yours; wander, or abide!
By: Connie Kramer Oct.8,1996 # 268
(Jer.6:16; Gen.5:24; 6:8-9; Mal.2:4-6; Rev.3:4;
2 K.23:3; Mic.4:5; Heb.13:5)
Warm My Heart, Light My Path
As You look down on me, from Heav’n above,
Dear Lord, warm my heart, with Thy awesome love.
Remove all the evil thoughts, from my mind,
Replace them with good thoughts, loving and kind.
Since Your Spirit, for e’er in me abides,
Be I close to home or gone, far and wide.
Always with me, I need not have any fear,
He ne’er leaves or forsakes, He’s always near!
As You look down on me, from Heav’n on High,
Lord, light my path, for my soul You did justify.
Let me forsake the broad road, and walk with You,
On that narrow path, walked just by a few.
Light my path Lord, with Thy amazing grace,
Without Thy Spirit’s help, I would lose my race.
Living for You Lord Jesus, is hard to do,
No Lord! It is impossible without You!
THANK YOU JESUS!
By: His servant, Connie Kramer Aug.15, 2015 #1377
Indwelling of the Holy Spirit: (Jn.14:16-18, 23, 26-27; Rom.5:5; 8:9-11, 14-17; 1 Cor.2:12; 3:16-17; 6:19; 12:27; 14:25; 2 Cor.6:16; Gal.4:6; Eph.2:22; 4:6; Phil.2:13; 2 Tim.1:14; Jam.4:5; Heb.13:5; 1 Pet.1:11; 1 Jn.2:27; 4:4-6, 12; Rev.22:1,17; Lk.16:22). God’s love: John 3:15-16, 13:21; 16:27; 17:23; Rom.5:5,8; 8:32-29; 2 Cor.13:14; Eph.1:4-5; 2 Thes.2:16; Tit.3:4; 1 Jn.3:1; 4:9,16,1). God’s grace: (Ps.84:11; Acts 11:23; 13:43; 1 Cor.3:10; 15:10; 2 Cor.1:12; 6:1; Gal.2:21; Eph.3:7; Heb.2:9; Jam.4:6; 1 Pet.5:5) Justify: (Rom.3:26-28; 5:1) Few: (Mat.7:13-14; 1 Pet.3:20-21).
Time I've wasted, is a huge regret,
And lustful sin, I cannot forget.
When I think about, things I have done,
My heart weeps, and I just want to run.
There's a high wall, between God and me,
When with His will, I refuse to agree.
I run and run, with no place to hide,
Help me dear Lord, with You to abide.
Then reality hit me, in the face,
My sins against God, were a disgrace.
All past memories, rush thru' my head,
Pain I feel is clear, by tears I shed.
To receive God's mercy, we must obey,
My friend, there is simply, no other way.
Trust AND obey, is what we must do,
To receive that wondrous grace, from You.
Dear one, have you faced reality?
Have you e'er thought 'bout eternity?
Have you regretted, sins you have done?
Does your heart weep, and you just want to run?
Does past wickedness, rush to your head?
Is pain revealed, by tears that you shed?
God's mercy is there, for you and me,
And His Gift of salvation, is FREE!
Turn to Christ this day, 'fore it's too late,
John 14:6 Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me. (KJV)
For He has the only key, to Heav'n's Gate.
Just two roads lead, to eternity,
Heaven OR Hell, which one will it be?
By: His servant: Connie Kramer 7-21-2013 # 1328
Children of disobedience: (Eph.2:2; 5:6; Col.3:6; 1 Jn.3:10).
Children of God: (Mat.5:9; Lk.10:36; Jn.11:52; Rom.8:16-17; 9:26; Gal;3:26; 1 Jn.3:10; 5:10).
Eternal life: (Mat.25:46; Mk.10:17,30; Jn.3:15-16; 6:4; 10:28; 17:2; Rom.5:21; 6:23; 1 Tim.6:12,19; 1 Jn.5:10-13,20).
Watch, lest He come and find you asleep, Mk.13:36-37
Holding that fast which we have, and keep. Rev.3:11
To keep from temptation; watch and pray, Mat.26:41
There are many things to watch this day! Eph.6:12; 2 Cor.11:13-15
Our thoughts are the wellspring of our deeds, Eze.11:5; Isa.42:9; 46:9-10
Evil thoughts are sin; this we must heed! Num.32:23; Ecc.12:14
Motives and intentions should be pure, 1 Cor.1:31; 3:13-15,21; Heb.13:20-21; 2 Tim.4:18
We’re responsible; don’t let Satan lure. 1 Pet.5:8-9; Jam.4:7
Our desires have pow’r over our mind, 1 Cor.10:6; Eph.2:3; Ecc.4:8; 5:10
Watch, lest Satan have you entwined. 2 Cor. 10:6; Isa.55:2
We should watch ev’ry word that we speak, Mat.12:36; Ecc.3:7; 1 Pet.3:10; 2 Pet.2:18
The unbridled tongue will havoc wreak. Ps.34:13; Pro.13:3; 21:23; Jam.1:26; 3:3-6
From evil conduct we should abstain, Phil.1:27; 1 Tim.4:12; Jam.3:13-18; 2 Pet.3:8-14
Hold fast our profession; in Christ remain. Heb.4:14; 10:23; Rev.3:3
Watch! or the world will take control of you, Mat.16:26; Col.3:2; Tit.2:12; 1 Jn.2:15
Only things of God, should we pursue. Lu.21:34-36; Rom.12:2
A Christian must watch so many things, 1 Cor.2:13; 1 Jn.2:27
We must have the help His Spirit brings. John 14:17; Gal.5:22-23; Rom.8:26
We must watch always; midnight and noon, Mat.24:27,36; Lu.12:40; 1 Thes.5:2
Our Lord SHALL come; and it may be soon! Acts 1:9-11; Rev.3:3; 16:15; 22:20
By: His servant, Connie Kramer Nov.15, 1997 # 433
Watchmen On The Wall
Watchmen on the wall, is what we must be,
Exposing false teachers, and heresies.
When danger lurks, the trumpet we must blow,
We must strive to keep souls, from Hell below.
We must in obedience, serve the Lord,
We must get wisdom, from His Holy Word.
We must serve our Master, willingly,
As we look forward, to eternity.
So many vile, false teachers, do abound,
These evil wolves can’t keep you, safe and sound.
Falsely they teach, damnable heresies,
That will only lead, to Hell’s agonies.
‘Tis abominable, what these wolves spout,
These wolves are leading souls, down the wrong route.
Where are the watchmen?? There’s desperate need!
For these hungry wolves, on trusting souls feed.
There are FAR too few, watchmen on the wall,
Not exposing danger, no trumpet calls!
Watchmen are needed, it’s a necessity,
To e’er realize, Heav’n’s prosperity.
If you’re a Christian, a TRUE child of God,
You must stand up and expose, these wolves’ fraud!
We are stewards, of God’s manifold grace,
We must obey God, and do it with haste!
By His servant, Connie Kramer Aug.22,2009 #1242
Neh.4:9; 7:3; Isa.21:6-9; 62:6; Jer.51:12; Eze.3:17; 33:2-3,6
Isa.56:10; Ps.130:5-6; 2 Pet.2:1; Mat.13:42; 25:41,46; 2 Thes.1:8-9; Rev.20:15
Heresies: Mat.7:15; Ac.20:29; 2 Cor.11:4; Gal.1:6-7; Eph.5:6; Col.2:8; 1 Tim.4:1; 6:20; 2 Pet.3:17; Rev.2:14
Ezekiel 3:17 Son of man, I have made thee a watchman unto the house of Israel: therefore hear the word at my mouth, and give them warning from me. (KJV) . . . Just as Ezekiel was a “watchman” over Israel, so too are we today, “watchmen” over the church. Beware my friend, it is a serious, sobering job!
1 Peter 4:10 As every man hath received the gift, even so minister the same one to another,
as good stewards of the manifold grace of God. (KJV)
WE AS CHRISTIANS
We as Christians are the ‘light’ of the world,
The Gospel, by US, must be unfurled.
Speak with your mouth, and attest as you live,
Walk close to the Lord, and much love, do give!
We WERE darkness, but NOW, ‘light’ in the Lord,
Walk as children of light, in willing accord.
Cast out all evil, wickedness, and sin,
And try by Word or deed, lost souls to win.
When we let our lights shine, we will please God,
The world is perverse, and crooked, as we trod.
Always live righteous in God’s holy eyes,
Remember; ONLY Jesus, justifies!
Our lights must shine, in this world of darkness.
Ev’n tho’ we may never see our progress.
One shall plant the Word, another water,
But only God grants increase and confers.
We as Christians must trust God and obey,
First, love God, then our brothers ev’ry day.
DO the Word, not just hear it and forget,
If you do, your life will be greatly blest.
By: Connie Kramer May 30,1996 # 229
(Jn.1:4; 8:12; Mt.5:14; 22:38-40; Ep.5:8; Gal.5:19-26; 3:6;
Phil.2:15; 3:9; Is.64:6; 1 Thes.5:5; 1 Co.1:30; 3:6-9; Jam.1:22-27)
WE CAN’T SEE AHEAD
There’s no way we can see beyond the door,
And we do not know what God holds in store.
We can only humbly kneel and pray,
For pow’r and wisdom to serve Him each day.
The devil does tempt us relentlessly,
With doubt, pain, sorrow and misery.
We never know what lies up ahead,
It may be good things, but it may be dread.
Tho’ we climb a mountain, and see a long way,
We never know what’s in store for that day.
But when we in pray’r, bow our humble heart,
There’s truly not a better way to start.
Tho’ we may not know where our path may lead,
God promises grace that we might succeed.
By faith we can pierce the unknown haze,
By claiming God’s Promise, and giving Him praise.
One sweet day we will reach the glorious heights,
And claim our home in that City so bright.
For now we must trust God implicitly,
Until our time for eternal serenity.
By: His servant: Connie Kramer Mar.14, 2000 # 664
WE KNOW NOT
Fifty, sixty or seventy years,
We do not know, our time may be near.
The length of our life, we are not told,
Our time gets closer, as days unfold.
Forty years, but maybe just thirty,
We know not, then comes eternity.
There are only two places to go,
One will be bliss, the other sorrow.
Ten years, ten minutes, we don’t know,
When the Lord will say: “It’s time to go.”
Life is so brief, ‘tis no mystery,
Each day gets closer to eternity.
We don’t know if we have years, days or hours,
It depends on God’s wisdom and power.
It’s His decision just when He’ll say
“Life here is over for you this day.”
Are you ready for this life to end?
Where is your eternal home, my friend?
Will you with Jesus, in Heaven dwell?
Or will you be with Satan in Hell?
God gives us time on Earth to decide,
Just where in eternity we’ll abide.
Narrow road, broad road, which did you choose?
Narrow road you win, broad road you lose.
By: His servant, Connie Kramer Oct.5,2003 # 962
Ps.90:5-6; 103:15-16; Isa.40:6-7; 28:1,4; Jam.1:10; 4:14;
Deut.30:15; Jos.24:15; 1 K.18:21; Eph.2:1-3; 1 John 3:10;
Mat.7:13-14; 20:16; 22:14; 22:37-40;
Mat.25:41; 13:49-50; Rev.20:11-15; 21:8; 21:27; 22:14-15.
We must keep our life both clean and strong,
To keep us from deceit, and our heart from wrong.
We must shut the door on hate and pride,
And to love and kindness, open wide!
We must accept what comes, cheerfully,
And turn life’s conflicts, to harmony.
We must help that one with a heavy load,
And lead lost sheep, to the right road.
We must know what we have, is not our own,
Ev’rything, ev’rywhere, is Gods’ alone!
We must take care of all that’s around,
Ev’rything that in our path is found.
We must know that we are never alone,
And trust that the best road will be shown.
We must ask that just good, from our life flow,
If peace with God, we will ever know.
We must love God with our heart and soul,
And let Jesus take complete control.
We must one another, truly love,
And have compassion, like God above.
We all must grow wiser, with each day,
Love, mercy and kindness, we must display!
We must speak only words that are kind,
And keep pure our hearts, our thoughts and minds.
By: His servant, Connie Kramer Mar.7, 2000 # 658
WE MUST ACCEPT CHRIST
We must accept Christ as our Saviour,
He is the highest; He is grandeur.
There is none other to save our soul,
Almighty God gave Christ full control!
We must accept Christ as our Substitute,
For all our evil sins He did impute.
He died on that Cross that we might live,
In Heav’n’s glory, eternal life He gives!
We must accept Christ as Mediator,
Our fellowship with God, He does restore.
He pleads our case; He’s a Priest so high,
We must come thru’ Him; Christ we can’t deny!
We must accept Christ as our Teacher,
He and His Word, we must not sever.
We must learn of Him, so lowly and meek,
We’ll find our soul’s rest, if Him we seek!
We must accept Christ as our Model,
If in His Heav’nly Home, we want to dwell.
We must imitate Him, in ev’ry way,
Whether we’re hard at work, or at play!
We must accept Christ as our great Lord,
He is Mighty God, as told in His Word.
He died; rose, and lives for ever more,
Some day we’ll meet Him on Heav’n’s shore!
By: Connie Kramer Feb.17,1996 # 137
(Jn.3:15-18,36; 5:22,24,27; 6:40,47; 9:39; 14;1-3,6,31; 15:10;
Ac.4:12; 10:42; 17:31; Heb.1:1-4; 7:26-27; Dan.7:13-14)
WE MUST NOT DENY HIM
In the early morn’, as the rooster crows,
I think of Peter and his sorrow.
He was so sure he’d not turn away,
But he denied Christ, fore’ the break of day.
“I know Him not” were words Peter said,
These four little words, caused him dread.
Not once, not twice, but three times he’d deny,
Our precious Lord, whom they would crucify.
“If I have to, I will die with You,”
Peter’s heartfelt words, he thought were true.
But those very words he spoke that night,
Early the next morn’ would cause him fright.
When the cock crow’d, Peter was mortified,
What had he done? Christ he’d denied!
Great tears welled up, as he sobbed in grief,
It would be a while, ‘fore he found relief!
Peter did sob, uncontrollably,
His heart and soul were in agony.
He was so sorry for what he’d done,
He denied Christ Jesus, God’s own Son!
There are many ways, we too can deny,
Our precious Saviour, who was crucified.
Are you afraid of what friends might say?
If you stood for Jesus this very day?
We can’t deny Christ’s death, and be forgiv’n,
We can’t deny He’s alive, and access Heav’n.
We can’t deny He’s God and He’s Man,
We can’t deny God’s one and only Plan.
We need to stand close to Jesus’ side,
This awesome Christ, who was crucified.
We need to follow Him ev’ry day,
For He loves us and guides, in all right ways.
By: His servant, Connie Kramer Dec.23, 2002 # 931
Mat. 26:31-35, 69-75; Zec.13:7; John 3:15-18, 36; 14:6;
1 John 5:10-12
We need to be, with our Saviour more,
To worship, to praise, and to adore.
This is true life, to be with our Lord,
Trusting, obeying; we’re in accord.
We need to hear our sweet Jesus more,
Only He can guide you thru’ Heav’n’s door.
We need to listen, as our Lord speaks,
His love and great mercy we should seek.
We need to love our great Saviour more,
Just He can give what Heav’n has in store.
To love Him, we must love our brethren,
His Word clearly states, His Word is plain.
We need to serve our wondrous Master more,
And show reverence for our Creator.
Serving Him is the least we can do,
Consider what He’s done, for me and you.
Be penitent, and fall at His Feet,
Only Jesus can make us complete.
We must acknowledge our unworthiness,
We need Christ, for God to truly bless.
We need to obey Christ Jesus more,
Then God, on us, His blessings will pour.
Keep His commandments, if Him we love,
Only then are we fitted for above.
By: His servant, Connie Kramer Sept.26,1997 # 399
(Jn.14:15-16,21; 16:27; Mt.12:50; 28:19-20; 1 P.1:8;
1 Jn.2:8-11; 3:1,15; 5:10-13; Ep.2:4-5; 6:24)
WE NEED NOT WALK ALONE
Troubling times are encountered in life,
We’ll experience sorrow, pain and strife.
But we need not walk life’s path alone,
Give Christ your burden; He’ll make it His own.
Many fierce storms in life we’ll face,
Haunting mem’ries, we can’t seem to erase.
But we need not walk life’s road afraid,
Jesus is near; He’ll comfort and aid.
Tho’ pain and sorrow may come our way,
We can look forward to a better day.
Worry need not hinder life’s path as we walk,
Christ is near, with His comforting talk.
If we’re God’s child, we don’t walk alone,
Jesus will guide, and make right roads known.
No matter how severe our agony,
Christ’s Presence is there, for you and me.
All your troubles may ne’er go away,
But His Presence makes a much better day.
We can do all things with His great pow’r,
He’ll help carry our load, ev’ry hour.
By: his servant, Connie Kramer Aug.24,2001 # 805
God’s Gift; eternal life we receive,
When by faith, in Christ’s Name we believe.
This places us into God’s fam’ly,
We’re His children, for eternity.
When by our faith, we are “born again,”
God plainly states we are His children.
Many blessings on us will befall,
When we stand for Christ, straight and tall.
We receive Christ’s Spirit, to abide,
To help us live, what e’er may betide.
He convicts us of sin; helps us pray,
Gives us wisdom and pow’r, day after day.
We receive peace, in our heart so deep,
A blessing we abundantly reap.
This peace will not ever go away,
Jesus gave it; and it’s here to stay.
We receive great love that comforts us,
‘Tis truly a blessing, so precious.
And this wondrous love, we must pass on,
For we must imitate God’s own Son.
We receive joy in our soul, that o’er flows,
Another blessing, our God bestows.
Joy in knowing, a mansion awaits,
And we’ll be welcome, at Heaven’s gate.
We do receive true contentment too,
As our life with Jesus, we pursue.
Godliness with contentment is great gain,
Following Jesus, is not in vain.
We receive from God, many blessings,
So much to His children He brings.
His near Presence, is one of the best,
For this feeling is one of great rest.
By: His servant, Connie Kramer Nov. 7, 2000 # 756
(Jn.1:12-13; 3:3-8; 14:1-3, 27; 15:11; 16:24; Rom.8:9; 1 Jn. 2:27; 1 Tim. 6:6)
WE SHOULD HAVE NO FEAR
“To live is Christ, and to die is gain,” Phil.1:21
And I know in death, Christ will sustain.
“I will never leave nor forsake thee,” Heb.13:5-B
A wondrous promise, one of many.
Passing thru’ waters of life or death, Is.43:2
He’ll never leave us if we have breath.
There to console and give us power,
My loving Saviour is there, ev’ry hour.
“God has not giv’n us a spirit of fear,” 2 Tim.1:7
But pow’r and love, for He’s always near.
Tho’ thru’ the valley of death I walk, Ps.23:4
I have the nearness of Christ, the ‘Rock’. 1 Co.10:4
Fear is cast out, there’s no fear in love, 1 Jn.4:18
Replaced with joy and peace from above. Jn.14:27
He is our peace, granting victory, Ep.2:14
His merciful love does set us free.
We do not have faith, if we have fear, Mk.4:40
For His sustaining love is always near.
Neither death, nor life, nor any pow’r, Ro.8:35-39
Can keep us from Christ’s love, any hour.
By: Connie Kramer Apr.30,1997 # 326
(Other references: Gen.28:15; Ps.37:25; Phil.4:7,13; Mt.28:20-B; Jn.14:18;
2 Co.5:1; 1 Jn.4:15-18)
We Should Witness
There are many reasons, why this we should do,
if we want to stay close, to our God so true.
God loves us, and He wants us to obey,
He wants us far, far, from the devil's broad way.
When we tell others, about Jesus, our Lord,
We obey what's written, in God's Holy Word.
We must reach out, and the Lord Jesus share,
'Tis how we show others, we really care.
We must speak out, of the hope deep inside,
And the Promise of Heav'n, where we shall reside.
We must tell that Jesus, is the only Way,
And we can live in His Home, some blissful day.
We must tell, of His Holy Spirit within,
And how God forgives us, of all our sin.
But this is just thru' Jesus, so we must tell,
So that His Gospel, can keep folks from Hell.
Jesus will never leave us, never forsake,
We must tell of this Promise, to us He makes.
He's always with us, in good times and bad,
We must tell He's the best Friend, we've ever had.
He watches o'er us, be it day or night,
And His Spirit empow'rs, in our worst plight.
Our Advocate, Christ Jesus will always be,
As we travel the road, to eternity.
There are many reasons, why we should witness,
Topping them all, is that God will surely bless.
When our days on Earth are done, He'll take our hand,
And lead us o'er Jordon, to the Promis'd land!
By: His servant, Connie Kramer July 25, 2011 #1311
Matthew 28:19-20 Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: 20 Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you alway, even unto the end of the world. Amen. (KJV)
Mat.7:13-14; Tit.1:2; John 14:1-6; Acts 4:10-12; 2 John 2:1; Ps.73:24
There is one special thing for which I pray,
It’s on my mind, ev’ry night and day.
I pray that I’ll hear the words: “Well done,”
By my Lord and Master, God’s own Son!
“Well done, my servant,” I pray I’ll hear,
That He’ll turn away, is my worst fear.
I want to please Him, and His will do,
I pray I’ll always be faithful and true.
“My faithful servant, you have done well,”
Now in Heaven with Me, ye shall dwell.
To hear these words, is my greatest desire,
Of serving Jesus, I will never tire.
To hear “Well done,” would be my greatest treasure,
That’s why I serve Him, with enormous pleasure.
“Well done,” words I need so desperately,
That’s why I serve Jesus, so willingly.
By: His servant, Connie Kramer July 21, 2001 # 791
WELL OF WICKEDNESS
Satan has a well of wickedness,
And he, in no way, tries to repress.
From this deep well, evil overflows,
Helping the weeds and tares to grow.
His well of wickedness; always there,
From which evil is spread, with much to spare.
Satan, at his job, works very hard,
He sows and waters, is always on guard.
His well of wickedness, never runs dry,
And any and all, for it qualify.
He is in control of wickedness,
The absolute ruler of all darkness.
His well of wickedness, day and night,
We are at war; ‘tis an awful fright.
He transforms his evil to look righteous,
Don’t let him fool you, for it’s spurious.
His well of wickedness, looks so pure,
Making evil and wrong seem obscure.
Only Christ Jesus can set you straight,
Guiding you on course for Heaven’s Gate!
By: His servant: Connie Kramer June 20,1998 # 479
WERE YOU THERE??
He came from Heav’n, many years ago,
To this Earth, for blessings to bestow.
The greatest blessing He e’er did give,
He died for us all, that we might live.
As our Saviour struggled to that hill,
Death awaited Him; for they would kill.
Such an innocent One, and so pure,
On that Cross, OUR death, He did endure.
Were you there? those many years ago?
As His precious Blood from Him did flow?
For the sins of the world, He did die,
He died that we might live; you and I.
Were you there? as He cried in agony?
“My God, why have you forsaken me?”
On OUR sins, God had turned His back,
But Christ persever’d in that time so black.
I was there; MY sins put Him on that tree,
My precious Saviour, did die for ME.
He paid the price, only He could pay,
That all who believe, will go Heav’n’s way.
By: Connie Kramer Mar.21,1997 # 314
(Is.53:9,12; Jn.1:29; 10:11; 12:23-24; 15:13; 8:46;
3:15-18,36; 5:24; 8:24; 14:6; Ac.4:12; 1 Jn.3:5,16; Rev.1:5;
1 P.1:19; 2:22; Col.1:22; Heb.4:15; 7:26; Mt.27:45-46)
WHAT A BLESSED DAY
What a blessed day, when I first found,
Bread from Heav’n, that did abound!
As I partook of Him, my soul was fill’d,
And His Holy Spirit, He did instill!
What a blessed day, when I first found,
Living Water, in a stream unbound.
As I drank of Him, His healing flow’d,
And my parch’d soul on Jesus, praise bestow’d.
Without and within, His peace did flow,
One of the many blessings, He did bestow.
Those who hunger and thirst, blest are they,
Christ shall fill their soul, from the first day.
What a blessed day, when I go Home to Heav’n,
For eternal life, my Saviour has giv’n!
To live forever, with my precious Lord,
But for now, He sustains me with His Word!
By: His servant, Connie Kramer Mar.6, 2000 # 656
What about our Triune God, do you believe?
And have you in your heart, the Son received?
There are so many gods, in the world today,
And so many cults, that teach so many ways.
What about salvation, is it works or grace?
Do you one day, want to see Jesus’ Face?
Works won’t get you there, no matter how many,
God’s grace and your faith, gives life eternally.
What about Almighty God, and Creation?
Or do you believe, in evolution?
God does not say, man from apes descend,
God’s Word supports Creation, this it defends.
What about forgiveness, forgive and forget?
Does God really forgive us, all our sin debt?
Christ died to redeem us, from all iniquity,
Believing this gives us, life eternally.
What about the Lake of Fire, which is Hell?
Do you believe that millions, there shall dwell?
God’s vengeance, will be on those who don’t obey,
The Gospel of Christ, and go the devil’s way.
What about Heav’n, are there mansions there?
Have they been prepared, with precision and care?
If there is a Heav’n, there is also a Hell,
Please friend, consider, which place shall you dwell?
By His servant, Connie Kramer Dec.30,2009 #1253
The Holy Trinity: Mat.28:19; John 14:26; 15:26; 2 Cor. 13:14; 1 Peter 1:2; 1 John 5:7 Believe: Mat.18:6; Mk.1:15; 5:36; 9:23-24, 42; 11:24; Jn.1:12; Jn.3:15-18, 36; 5:24; 8:24; 10:26; 16:9; Acts 13:39; 15:11; 16:31; Rom.3:23-26 4:23-25; 5:1-10; 6:8; 10:9-10, 13; Gal.3:6,22; Eph.1:19; 2:8-9; 1Thes.2:13; 1 Thes.4:14; Heb.11:6; Jam.2:19; 1 Pet.1:21; 1 Pet.2:7; 1 Jn.3:23; 1 Jn.4:1; 1 Jn.5:10-13 IDOLATRY: Psalm 81:9; 97:7; Isa.42:8; 42:17; Jer.7:9; 25:6; 35:15; Eze.14:6; 18:12; 20:7; 23:39; Hosea 13:4; 1 Cor.5:10; 6:9; 10:7; 10:14; 2 Cor.6:16; Gal. 5:20; 1 John 5:21;Rev.21:8 Faith in Christ secures salvation: Mark 16:16; Luke 7:50; John 2:23; 3:15; 3:18,36; 4:41; 5:24; 6:40,47; 9:35; 11:25; 12:46; 16:27; 20:31; Acts 4:4; 8:37; 10:43; 13:39,48; 16:31; 19:4; 20:21; 24:24; 26:18; Rom.1:16; 3:22,25,28; 4:24; 9:33; 10:9-10; 11:20; Gal.2:20; 3:14,22; Eph.1:12,15; 2:8-9; 3:12; Col.1:4; 2:12; 2 Thes.2:13; 1 Tim.1:16; 4:10; 2 Tim.1:13; 3:15; Titus 1:1; Philemon 1:5; Heb.3:14; Heb.6:1,12; 10:39; 11:31; 12:2; 1 Peter 1:5,9; 1 John 5:1,5,10; Rev.14:12 Grace: Ps.84:11; 111:4; 116:5; 145:8; Eph.2:8-9; Wicked banished from God: Psalm 11:6; Isaiah 66:24; Mat.7:23; 8:12; 13:50; 22:13; 25:46; 2 Thes.1:8-9 Heavenly home: Mat.6:20; 22:30; Luke 10:20; 16:9; John 14:2; Acts 7:55-56; 2 Cor.5:1; Col.1:5; Heb.8:2; 9:24; 11:10. 11:16; 1 Pet.1:4; Rev.7:9; 14:2; 21:1; 22:14 Hell (Hades) place of the dead: Mat.11:23; 16:18; Luke 10:15; 16:23; Acts 2:27; Rev.1:18, 6:8; 20:13
Hell (Gehenna): Mat.5:22,29; 10:28; 18:19; 23:15; 23:33; Mark 9:43; Luke 12:5; James 3:6; Rev.19:20; 20:10,14-15
WHAT ABOUT YOU?
Are you careless, as you live your life?
Are your days filled, with worry and strife?
Does your daily stress, keep stacking high?
Do you, God’s love, reject and deny?
Do you say “yes” when you should say “no”?
Do you insist on, ‘going with the flow’?
Do sin and evil, seem right to you?
Do you have any morals, or virtue?
Are you ‘hooked’ on drugs, or cigarettes?
Does booze enslave you, and you not regret?
Do you covet, what your neighbor owns?
Do you turn away, when right is shown?
If you persist, and sin continue,
The beauty of Heav’n, you shall not view!
The glist’ning walls, and street of gold,
My friend, you will never, ever behold!
If sin and Satan has you firmly bound,
You are doomed, unless Christ is found!
Only Christ from sin, can set you free,
And just He can give life, eternally!
What about you, as you ponder this day?
Will you ever see Heav’n’s glorious display?
Or are you walking that road, big and wide?
That leads to Hell, where most will reside?
In Heav’n, or in Hell, what about you?
Thoughts of eternity, most don’t pursue!
Have you considered eternity?
You decide: Heav’n’s bliss, or hell’s agony!
By: His servant, Connie Kramer Dec.5,1999 # 592
What Do People Think Of?
What do people think of, as thru' this life they walk?
What percentage of them, of eternity talk?
Most think of self: me, me, me; only me,
In Church they eat up, 'Word-Faith' prosperity!
People don't like to face up, to the fact they'll die,
Some falsely believe in 'reincarnation,' and on it rely.
Friend, that is simply, Satan's gross trickery,
STOP!!! Go to Christ! He can give you, life eternally!
Whether you believe it or not, your soul lives on,
God gives us this life on Earth, to choose God's Son!
God loves us, wants us one day to live in His Home,
But we must believe and accept Christ, and to Him, come!
In this life, we have only two roads, for our soul,
Wisdom keeps us on the small one, giving Christ control.
But, most are foolish, following Satan's broad path,
STAY OFF! It brings only God's furious and Holy wrath!
Wisdom friend, please don't travel the devil's road,
He'll grin ear to ear, for he wants you in Hell's abode.
Think ahead, not just of this day, make a wise choice,
So that some day your eternal soul, will rejoice!
Jesus is the Truth, the Life and ONLY Way,
That your soul will ever, reach Heaven one day!
Don't be a fool, and travel the devil's gaudy road,
For it leads only, to Hell's agonizing abode!
By: His servant, Connie Kramer 12-29-2010 # 1282
Jn.1:12-13; 3:15-16,36; 5:24; 14:6; Acts 4:12; Ps.73:24; 1 Jn.1:8-9; Mat.22:36-40; Mat.4:10; Lu;4:8; Jn.8:44; 2 Cor.2:11; 11:13-14; Eph.6:10-18; Jam.4:7; 1 Pet.5:8-9; Rev.13:14; 19:20;
2 Cor.11:4; Tit.1:2;
WHAT DO YOU DO WITH JESUS???
I passed by a funeral home today,
Another lone soul had passed away.
I couldn’t help wonder, as I went by,
Did he accept Christ? or Him deny?
What did he do with Jesus in life?
Did he ‘go it alone,’ in all his strife?
Or did he believe, and trust in Him?
And let Him help out, in this life so grim.
When you first heard of Christ, what did you do?
Did you believe the Gospel, e’er so true?
Or did you turn away, and Him reject?
This only One, whom your soul could protect.
What do you do with Jesus, as you live?
This Special One, whom your sins can forgive,
Plus abundant blessings He holds in store,
This One who holds the ‘key’ to Heav’n’s door.
With our Saviour and King; what will you do?
It’s a personal thing, I tell you true.
He can grant either Heav’n, OR Hell below,
He can give eternal bliss, OR sorrow.
It all depends on what you do with Him,
Accept Him and He’ll remove all your sins.
Reject Him, and in your sins you’ll die,
And for the ‘pits of Hell,’ you’ll qualify.
He stands outside your heart’s door, patiently,
Whispering so softly: “Open to Me.”
It’s the biggest decision you’ll e’er make,
Rejecting Him is an eternal mistake.
By: His servant, Connie Kramer Aug.20, 2000 # 728
WHAT DO YOU SEE?? . . . Dec.2008 Message
When you picture Jesus in your mind,
Just what sort of image do you find?
A Baby, Miracle Man or Teacher?
Saviour, Lord, Friend, Judge, or King grandeur?
Do you in a manger, a Baby find?
With His mother near; loving and kind?
He was a Baby; but is no more!
He’s our loving GOD, whom we should adore!
Do you in your mind, a Great Teacher see?
For He taught with superiority!
Or do you picture, a Miracle Man?
Healing multitudes, as ‘twas God’s plan!
Saviour on the Cross, who did redeem?
Lord, whom we should love, and highly esteem?
Or do you in your mind, see a Friend?
Who never forsakes; is there to the end?
As the Mighty Judge, most will not see,
But, He will judge ALL; both you and me!
At the Judgment Seat, and Great White Throne,
At ONE of these you’ll stand; all alone!
Do you in your mind, see an awesome King?
Sovereign Ruler --- over ev’ry thing!
Our wondrous God, in true justice will reign,
For ever, His righteousness, will remain!
Our precious Jesus, we can always see,
But, our heart must be right; that’s the ‘key’!
We can see Him, in many diff’rent ways,
What we feel in our heart; our mind portrays!
By: His servant, Connie Kramer June 16,1998 # 477
WHAT DOES CHRISTMAS REALLY MEAN?
Christmas is honoring the birth of our Lord,
Like the lowly shepherds; Jesus they adored.
Of His wondrous birth, the angel did tell them,
And they came with haste, to tiny Bethlehem.
The new born babe was lying in a manger,
In a humble barn, but there was no danger.
There was no room at the inn; ‘twas all filled,
It was a silent night, so very stilled.
The Heavenly angels did herald His birth,
And I know they wanted to shout His worth.
This was God’s only begotten Son, for sure,
But a birth of humility; no grandeur.
He was born of a virgin; a peasant girl,
As Isaiah said, proven as years unfurled.
We need to understand just what His birth means,
He came down from Heaven, so God could be seen!
He came out of love, to take away our sins,
The Blood He shed on the Cross, cleans us within.
When we believe God, and trust Jesus to save,
We won’t go to Hell, nor will we be depraved.
Christmas is honoring Jesus, and His birth,
Remember that He is God, and His worth.
Think of His great love, and the gift He does bring,
The ticket to Heaven, what a wondrous thing!
By: Connie Kramer Dec.11,1995 # 65
(Lu.2:1-20; Jn.3:16, 6:38-39; 10:30; 13:1; 15:9,13; 20:21;
Is.7:14; Ex.12:13; 1 P.1:18-19; Ac.20:28; 1 Jn.1:7;
Heb.9:14; Ro.5:9; Rev.1:5; 7:14)
My husband and I no longer celebrate "Christmas" as we once did.
We now consider it a pagan holiday and want no part of it. If it
were a "Godly" holiday, a day where people praised and honored and glorified CHRIST . . . WHY would SO many heathens celebrate it? We believe that Christ should be honored EVERY day, NOT just one day of the year. Christ was NOT born in December! See our article: http://www.hisservants.org/christmas_h_s.htm
WHAT DOES GOD EXPECT FROM US?
We are to believe God, whatever He says,
Study His Word, every one of your days.
Have faith in Him, confidence and trust,
For with Him, these things are a must.
We are to love God, with out entire being,
Love Him, completely, without ever seeing!
Body, soul and mind, each hour of the day,
Put Him first in all things, in every way!
We are to obey God, this Jesus has said,
When we love and obey, we have nothing to dread!
Accept Jesus, love God, then your fellow man,
This God expects of us, ‘tis also His plan!
We are to be thankful to God, in all things,
For He blesses daily, in what He does bring!
Even thank Him, for what you think to be bad,
In the end it’ll work out, and you’ll be glad.
Always thank and praise God, for all He has done,
And be so very grateful, for His only Son.
God really does love the sacrifice of praise,
The fruit of our lips, let’s continually raise!
We are to fear, or revere God all the day through,
For He is so very awesome, great and true!
This deep down respect, we must have for our God,
No matter where we may be; here or abroad!
We are to serve God, and do try to win souls,
Serving our Maker; this must be our goal!
Honor and glorify Him, in actions and speech,
Commit your life to Him, and Heav’n you shall reach!
By: His servant, Connie Kramer Dec.8,1995 # 61
(Deut,17:19; Hab.2:20; Mat.22:37-40; John 5:39; 14:15,23-24; Rom.4;3-5; Ps.2;11; 4:4; 33;8; 40:8; 89:7; 100; 107:22;
1 Cor.7:22; 15:58; Eph. 6:7; Col.1:12; 3:15;
1 Thes.5:18; 1 Pet.3:15; 4:19; Heb.11:6; 12:28; 13:15; )
WHAT DOES GOD HATE??
Did you ever wonder? “What does God hate?”
His Word will tell us, and tell us straight.
Idols are an abomination,
Cursed are they; no matter the nation!
Sacrificing children, kindles God’s wrath,
In days of old, or on today’s path.
Abortion is selfish sacrifice,
Taking that life, friend, you’ll pay the price!
Witchcraft, horoscopes, and divination,
All to God are degradation.
Fortune tellers, and necromancers,
Are hated by our Heav’nly Father.
Homosexuals, and sodomy,
Are hated by God, in great degree.
Sodom and Gomorrah, God did destroy,
For these wicked evils, they did employ.
Cheating, pride, murder, discord, and lies,
Stubbornness too, our God does despise.
Offerings of the wicked, God does hate,
Wickedness, of all rulers, so great.
He that justifieth the wicked,
Are abominable, His Word has said.
Too, if someone does condemn the just,
God hates and looks on them with disgust.
Mocking God’s prophets, and God’s One Son,
Brings down God’s wrath, when Jesus you shun.
God’s great wrath will abide upon you,
Only Christ from that wrath can rescue,
By: Connie Kramer July 1,1996 # 241
(Deut.7:25-26; 18:10-12; 25:13-16; 2 K.16:3; 21:6;
Lev.18:12; 20:13; Gen.19:1-25; Is.47:11-12; 2 Chron.36:16;
Ps.106:37-38; Pro.6:15; 29:1; 3:32-33; 11:20; 17:15;
1 Sam.15:23-A; Pro.11:1; 16:1,5,16; 8:7-8;
1 Jn.3:21; Ro.1:27; 1 Co.6:9; Jn.3:15-18,36; 8:24)
What Have I Done For You??
For me, You have done so many things,
You pour on me, abundant blessings.
Great love and mercy, You send my way,
A terrific way, to start each new day.
But, what dear Lord, have I done for You?
Do I love others, as You would do?
Or do I hastily, walk away?
Never giving them, the time of day?
Dear Lord, what do You expect of me?
Does the life I live, with You agree?
Or do harsh, hateful words that are said,
Displease You Lord, and cause You dread?
In my life, what have I done for You?
Do I do the things, that I ought to?
Do I truly love You, and my brothers?
Do I show love and mercy to others?
All that I do, to those around me,
Be it good or bad, I do unto Thee!
Do I treat others, as I would treat You?
Does my life reveal, a heart re-new’d?
Do unto others, is what You teach,
The hearts of God’s children, You try to reach.
Help me always, to do what is right,
So what I do, is pleasing to Your sight.
By: His servant, Connie Kramer Dec.11, 2005 # 1098
Lev.19:18; Mat.7:12; 25:35-40; Luke 6:31; Rom.13:9; Gal.5:14; 6:1; James 2:8; Jer.24:7; Eze.11:19; 36:26; Pro.4:23; Mat.12:35; Luke 6:45; Rom.10:10; Heb.10:16.
What is hateful to you, don’t ever do to your neighbor.
Don’t ever do to others what you do not want done to you. Think of something good you would like for someone to do for you, then do it for someone else.
WHAT HELD HIM THERE? . . . March 2013 Message
He hung on that Cross; so bleak and bare,
As He suffered; “What held Him there?”
Was it nails they drove in His Hands?
Or was it great love, for all lands?
He could have called legions of angels,
To take Him down, and His agony quell.
Huge rusty nails in His hands and feet,
Did not hold Him there; ‘twas LOVE so sweet!
Great wondrous love, giv’n for me and you,
Love bound Him secure; vast love and true!
He bought our souls with His precious Blood,
Relieved God’s wrath with that crimson Flood!
Those nails did not hold Him to that tree,
“What held Him there?” love for you and me!
Love so very willing and so true,
Deep heart-felt love, we can’t construe!
By: Connie Kramer May 18,1997 # 335
(Mt.26:26,53; Jn.1:29; 15:13; Ro.5:9; 8:35-39; Ep.2:16;
Phil.3:18; Is.53:7; 1 P.1:18-19; 1 Jn.1:7; Rev.5:9; 7:14)
What if --- the Words in the Bible are true,
Would that make any difference to you?
Would you try to understand, what God states?
Or would you not trey to change your fate?
What if --- you could change your destination,
Would you take the route away from damnation?
Would you try Heaven’s small narrow road?
Or would you continue, to Hell’s abode?
What if --- you knew, Christ was the only way,
Would you have faith, and believe in Him this day?
Would you trust Him completely, to save you?
My friend, the choice is yours; what will you do?
What if --- you knew, you would die this v’ry day,
Would you change your thoughts, or the words you say?
Would you try to make right, the wrongs you’ve done?
Or would you just grab every bit of fun?
The world is in the vast majority,
They never think about eternity.
They never think that God won’t ever lie,
And their soul lives forever, when they die.
What if --- you would turn to Christ, and believe?
Then a mansion in Heav’n, you will receive!
Just Christ can save you from Hell’s agony,
And grant life in Heaven, eternally!
By: His servant, Connie Kramer Mar. 11, 2001 #781
What if, I do not accept the Lord?
What is the penalty, in God’s Word?
What if, I keep my mind on lust and greed?
What if, God’s Commandments, I do not heed?
What if, just me, me, is on my mind?
And time for others, I cannot find?
What if, pride is always in my path?
What if, I don’t try to avoid God’s wrath?
What if, I always pick the wrong friends?
And drugs and booze, seem to be my trend?
What if, I do to you, ‘fore you do to me?
What if, I never think, of eternity?
You must be born again, God’s Word is clear!
But most folks the Gospel, refuse to hear!
The penalty, is the Lake of Fire,
Eternal life, must be our desire.
Just two distinct roads, before us stand,
One leads to God, the other, Satan’s hand.
NO one can make, the decision but you,
Choose the right road, and with gusto pursue.
Walk with Jesus, on the narrow path,
‘Tis the only way, to avoid God’s wrath!
Satan’s broad road, leads to Hell’s agony,
Where the bliss of Heav’n, you will ne’er see.
By His servant, Connie Kramer Feb.3 2009 # 1217
John 1:12-13; 3:3-8, 15-8, 36; 5:24; 8:24; Mat.7:12, 13-14; Gal.5:14; Jam.2:8;
1 John 5:1-5, 10-12; Rev.21:8, 27; 22:14-15.
Rev. 20:15 And whosoever was not found written in the book of life
was cast into the lake of fire. (KJV)
Is YOUR name there?
What if --- this were your last day to live,
Is there someone, you might want to forgive?
Does your heart a heavy burden carry?
Run to the Lord, my friend; do not tarry!
What if --- you knew this would be your last day,
Would you keep on living the same way?
Or would you maybe change a few things?
Run to the Lord, my friend; for His blessings!
What if --- today you would take your last breath,
Are you ready to die a physical death?
Is there something you would try to make right?
Run to the Lord, my friend; you’re in His sight!
What if --- today God would call you away,
Are there kind words to one you might say?
Is there one that you should right a wrong?
Run to the Lord, my friend; to His arms so strong!
What if --- did you ever contemplate?
When I die, just what will be my fate?
Does eternity ever come to your mind?
Or are you to this Truth, totally blind?
What if --- O please consider this my friend,
Your days on Earth are short, and soon will end.
Ev’ry living person one day will die,
For life in Heaven, do you qualify?
If you reject Christ, you are doom’d to Hell,
In eternal agony, you shall dwell.
But, if you accept Christ, Heaven awaits,
For just Christ has keys to Heaven’s gates.
By: His servant, Connie Kramer Aug.29, 2001 # 808
John 1:12-13; 3:3-8, 15-18, 36; 5:24; 8:24; 14:6; 1 John 5:10-12
What if things don’t go as you expect?
After so much prayer, why won’t God protect?
If it’s not His will, you don’t want it my friend,
Rejoice, trust Him, He gives His best in the end.
What if prayer won’t take disease away?
What if your loved one passes on today?
You must rejoice, tho’ gladness won’t be near,
His Presence is with you always, have no fear.
What if the miracle doesn’t take place?
Will sadness within, show on your face?
Trust in the Lord, rejoice in His pow’r,
He’ll always see you thru’ your darkest hour.
You pray and pray for things to go your way,
What if no answer comes to you that day?
Rejoice, trust Him completely, He knows best,
His wisdom is true, when He runs His tests.
What if, you backslide from the Lord?
What if you neglect His most Holy Word?
You must repent, and to Him turn back,
You can’t rejoice when you’re on the wrong track.
Rejoice always and give thanks for all things,
The Lord’s lovingkindness, great blessings bring.
Rejoice, and walk ever so close to His side,
A wondrous life, when with Him you abide!
By: His servant, Connie Kramer Feb.26,2007 # 1126
Phil.2:28; 4:4; 1 Thes.5:16-17; 1 Pet.1:8
WHAT IF GOD’S BLESSINGS WERE NOT FREE? . . . May 2005 Message
On God’s blessings, what would the price be?
If God were to charge, you and me.
Could we afford to pay for His love?
That He so graciously sends, from above.
Could we buy peace? or have to pass by?
For on our money, we couldn’t rely.
What about grace? how much would you pay?
For God’s sufficiency, ev’ry day.
The joy in your life, how much is it worth?
Consider this, as you walk this Earth.
Being content, as you live your life,
Would be expensive, for it removes strife.
What about hope, how much would it be?
As you contemplate, eternity.
And what about salvation of your soul?
Saving your money would have to be your goal.
Isn’t God good to us, ev’ry day?
For NONE of His blessings, do we have to pay!
He doesn’t charge for His love, it’s free!
And His grace abounds, abundantly!
Peace and joy come when Christ we accept,
God gives them freely, to His elect!
Contentment comes when the Spirit abides,
When the door of our heart, we open wide.
Because of Christ, God forgives all our sins,
Just thru’ Christ, can God’s friendship we win.
We now have hope, that wasn’t there before,
Salvation is ours! and so much more!
By: His servant, Connie Kramer Nov.29,2002 # 925
Jn.1:12-13,17; 3:3; 3:15-18; 14:27; 17:13; 1 Jn.4:9-10; Rom.5:1-8,15-16,18.20-12; 6:14; 8:2; Mat.5:3-12; Ps.84:11;
Ep.1:6; 2:6-10; Phil.4:4,7; Tit.1:2; 3:5; 1 Cor.1:3-4; 7:22;
2 Cor.12:9; 2 Tim.1:9; 1 Pet.1:10; 5:10; Jam.1:17; Heb.5:9; 7:25.
WHAT IS A CHRISTIAN?
A Christian starts by being ‘born again’,
Not physically, but spiritually, friend.
This happens the moment you believe Him,
Trusting Christ brings to God’s fam’ly within.
When we’re ‘born’ into the fam’ly of God,
On another path, with the Spirit we trod.
We must not stay ‘babes’, instead we should grow,
In the grace and knowledge of Christ to know.
We’re then clothed in a ‘robe’ of righteousness,
Just from our Saviour can come this pure dress!
We should then let our light shine before men,
God will liken us to a wise man only then.
‘Born again’ gives us fellowship with God,
We’re of the ‘same mind’, and the same accord.
Lest we’re born of water, and the Spirit,
We can’t see Heaven, let alone enter it.
Once we trust Jesus as Saviour and Lord,
‘Tis our duty to “Continue in His Word.”
We’ll then know the Truth, and that Truth is He,
And that v’ry Truth shall indeed make you free!
Only after we’re saved, do good works come in,
Fight the good fight of faith, turn from your sin.
You are a living sacrifice to God,
As on that steep, rugged pathway we trod.
As ye have received Christ, walk in Him,
If you walk in His Spirit, the world gets dim.
We walk by our faith, and not by our sight,
Let Him lead the way, your path will be bright.
As you run your race, let nothing beset,
We must look ahead, never back, nor fret.
Eternal life waits in Heaven above,
Thanks be to Jesus, He did it in love!
By: Connie Kramer Nov.14,1995 # 25 (Jn.3:3-8,15;18; 1:12-13; 8:31; 14:1-6; 8:36; Ep.4:15; 5:2; 1 Thes.3:12; 1 p.2:2; 2 P.1:5-9; 3:18; 1 Jn.2:6; 5:5; Heb.6:1;
Is.61:10; Rev.3:5; 4:4; 7:9; 19:8 ; Jam.2:17-20; Gal.5:16; 1 Tim.6:12; Phil 1:27; 2:2)
What Is Important To You? . . . April 2013 Message
What in this life, is important to you?
As you consider this, what has most value?
Is it your home, or other property?
Do you ever think, of eternity?
What in this life, is your prized possession?
Think, as you take all, in consideration.
Does eternity, ever enter your mind?
Or to this fact, are you deaf, dumb and blind?
In this life on Earth, the vast majority,
Never think of where, they’ll spend eternity!
God’s Word states, there are just two destinations,
The bliss of Heaven, or Hell’s damnation.
Jesus is the Truth, the Life and the Way,
Only He can get you, to Heaven one day!
Have you considered Christ, a priority?
As you walk the road, to eternity?
Christ Jesus should be, of great value to you,
As you live in this wicked world, so untrue.
Don’t let this world’s pleasures, lead you astray,
‘Tis a huge mistake, you will pay for one day!
The devil will lead you, to worldly treasure,
And tempt you, with forbidden pleasure.
Beware my friend, don’t let Satan take control,
He will lead you to Hell, and destroy your soul!
By: His servant, Connie Kramer July 16,2012 # 1316
Evil Choices: Gen.13:11; Job 36:21; Pro.1:29; Isa. 65:12; 66:3; Mat.27:21; Mark 6:25; John 18:40;
Wise Choices: Gen. 28:21; Josh. 24:15; 24:21; Ruth 1:16; 1 Kings 3:9; Job 34:4; Psalm 119:30; 119:173; Isa. 56:4; Micah 4:5; Luke 10:42; Phil.1:10; Heb.11:25
Spiritual riches: Ps.37:16; Pro.10:22; 13:7; 24:4; Isa.33:6; Mat.6:21; Luke 12:21; 2 Cor.8:8:9; Eph.1:18; Heb.11:26; Jam.2:5;
Devil’s evil: Mic.7:3; Hab.2:5; Mark 4:19; 1 Cor.10:6-12; 1 Tim.6:9; 2 Tim.4:3; Jam.1:14; 4:2; 2 Pet.1:4; 2 Pet.3:3; 1 John 2:16; Jude 1:16;
Paths of sin: Lev.26:23; 26:40; Deut.8:19; 29:19; 1 Kings11:33; 16:26; 2 Kings 13:6; 17:22; 21:22; Job 31:5-8; Ps.81:12; Pro.6:12; Ecc.1:9; Isa.65:2; Jer.2:5; 7:24; 9:14; 11:8; 13:10; 16:12; 23:14; Eph.2:2; Phil.3:18; Col.3:5-11; 1 Pet.4:3; 2 Pet.3:3; 1 John 1:6; Jude 1:16,18; Mat.7:23; 8:12; 13:50; 22:13; 25:46; 2 Thes.1:8-9
Heaven: Dan.12:3; Mat.25:34; Luke 16:22; 2 Cor.4:17; 1 Tim.1:14; 2 Pet.1:11; Rev.7:14-15;
Heavenly home: Mat.6:20; 22:30; Luke 10:20; 16:9; John 14:2; Acts 7:55-56; 2 Cor.5:1; Col.1:5; Heb.8:2; 9:24; 11:10. 11:16; 1 Pet.1:4; Rev.7:9; 14:2; 21:1; 22:14
A place of blessing . . . NOW: Eph.1:3,20; 2:6; 3:10; John 5:24
Hell: Mat.25:41; 25:46; Luke 16:23-28; 2 Thes. 1:9; 2 Peter 2:4; Rev. 2:11; 20:10-15; 21:8
JESUS the ONLY Way. John 3:18,36; 5:24; 8:24;14:6; Acts 4:12; 1 John 5:10-13
What Shall I Fear?
What shall I fear, will it be death?
Christ is with me, till my last breath!
Christ is my Life, by my death I gain,
Lord give me strength, that faith remain.
What shall I fear, will it be exile?
The entire Earth is His, all the while.
Earth and its bounty belong to Him,
With Christ at my side, nothing is dim!
What shall I fear, will it be loss of wealth?
Christ is all my riches, and my health.
I brought nought with me, will take nought out,
My riches are Christ; there is no doubt.
All the fears of the world, I’ll pass by,
Poverty’s no fear; for wealth I don’t sigh.
From death I can’t flee; nor do I fear,
Death brings me to the Lord, all the more near.
By: His servant, Connie Kramer Sept. 24, 2001 # 830
What I Have In Christ
In life I have, His grace to keep me,
And He bestows it, abundantly.
His wondrous wisdom is there to guide,
I need only ask, and He will provide.
His awesome strength, does always sustain,
Tho’ I stumble, His Hand will remain.
For His e’er seeing eye, watches o’er me,
And o’er Satan, I have victory.
Lis’ning to me, is His e’er hearing ear,
As He comforts, encourages and cheers.
His mighty Hand, truly does uphold,
My Shepherd keeps me safe, in the fold.
His Word does instruct, admonish and teach,
Thru’ it my heart and soul, He does reach.
His grand angels, minister to me,
As I journey on to eternity.
My majestic God I have always,
And He shall be with me, all my days.
My Lord does so v’ry much for me,
I have Him now, and for all eternity.
By: His servant, Connie Kramer # 1077 June 29,2005
Inspired by Brigette’s words.
Today I Have
God’s grace to keep me,
God’s wisdom to guide me,
God’s strength to sustain me,
God’s eye to watch over me,
God’s ear to hear me,
God’s hand to hold me,
God’s Word to instruct me,
God’s angels to minister to me.
I always have God.
Sent to me by Brigitte DeHart on June 27, 2005
WHAT WE HAVE IN CHRIST
A love that no one can understand,
We hold close in our heart, soul and hand.
A life in which we can never die,
When on our Saviour we do rely.
A righteousness that can’t be unclear,
Coming from Christ, and won’t disappear.
A peace that will never go away,
Given to us freely ev’ry day.
A rest that can never be discontent,
Blessings from Christ are never deficient.
A joy that will never discontinue,
For Christ’s joy remains in me and you.
A hope that can never be displac’d,
As we look to the day we see His Face.
A light within that will never dim,
It shines brightly as it comes from Him.
A happiness that can never be sad,
Contentment just from Christ can be had.
A strength that can never be frail,
The pow’r of Jesus will never fail.
A purity that can ne’er be defil’d,
Because Christ made us the Father’s child.
A wisdom that no one can confuse,
That thru’ this life on Earth, we can use.
We’re headed for Heav’n, where life ne’er ends,
We’ll live with our Saviour, Lord and Friend.
He will take care of us for e’er more,
For Christ has open’d for us Heav’n’s door.
By: His servant, Connie Kramer Feb.14,2004 # 1001
Mat.5:8; 11:28-30; John 3:15-18; 5:24; 14:27; 15:11; 17:22; Rom.5:2; 8:29, 32; Eph.3:16; 5:3; Phil.3:21; 4:6-8, 13; 2 Cor.5:21; 8:9; 9:15; 12:9; Titus 1:2, 15; 2:13; 3:7; Jam.1:5; 5:11; 1 Pet.1:8; 2:9; 3:14; 1 John 1:5; Pro.3:13-14.
WHAT WILL CHRIST JUDGE
What will be judged at Christ’s Judgment Seat?
When this special day our Saviour we meet.
We’ll receive rewards; OR we’ll suffer loss,
Did we preach Christ, and His death on the Cross?
How did we treat the family of God?
Did we love , and assist, as this Earth we trod?
Did we use our talents, be they large or small?
We ALL have a ‘gift’, to profit withall.
Do we wisely spend the time God does give?
Or walk about as fools, as we do live?
It is HOW we run our race that will count,
Service to Christ, will be held in account.
How faithful are we to the Word of God?
And how faithful to His flock, as we trod?
We’re ALL evangelists for our Lord,
Tell of Christ Jesus; some may not have heard.
How do we use words, do we speak in vain?
Words can give comfort, or cause so much pain.
Words that come from our mouth, reveal our heart,
God wishes that we from sin would depart.
Just what motive, makes you serve the Lord?
Do you serve Him in love and willing accord?
OR do you serve to receive glory and fame?
Christ knows your heart; you’ll suffer loss and shame.
Are you ready for this soon to come day?
Do you in your life, Christ Jesus obey?
We’ll meet our Saviour, and Judge, face to face,
Will your life please Him, or be a disgrace?
By: Connie Kramer June 8,1996 # 231
(Heb.6:10; 12:1; Jam.1:25; 1 Co.12:4-7; 3:13-15; 9:24; Ep.5:4,15-17; 1 P.4:7-11; 5:2-4; 2 Tim.4:1-5; Phil.2:16; 3:14-15; Ac.20:26-28; Ec.3:7; Mt.6:12,16; 12:36-37; 23:12; Lu.6:22-23; Col.4:5; Pro.25:27; Ob.4)
WHAT WILL HEAVEN BE LIKE?
There’ll be no separation or turmoil,
Satan no longer our efforts shall foil.
There’ll be no mourning when a lov’d one dies,
For there’ll be no more death in Heav’n on high.
There’ll be no more sorrow, crying, nor pain,
And of that blissful life, there’ll be no wane.
On and on, for e’er, into eternity,
I pray that Heav’n shall be your destiny.
There’ll be no more hunger, nor any thirst,
God will see to it that we all come first.
There’ll be no wants nor desires of any kind,
I don’t know ‘bout you, but this baffles my mind!
There’ll never be fear, if you’re close or far,
Not like this Earth; many fears so do mar.
He will keep and protect us, forever,
Nothing at all from God will us sever.
There’ll be no more curse God put on the ground,
Anything we do will simply abound.
There shall not be any wickedness there,
You’ll not find any sinners, anywhere!
There’ll be no more sin in our Heav’nly Home,
And you’ll not turn your back on Him, e’er roam.
Christ has made all God’s children just and right,
And there’ll be no options to reach Heav’n bright.
There shall be no night in this blissful place,
All darkness is gone, thanks be to His grace.
There’ll be no candle, nor light of the sun,
Just the presence of Christ, the Light of God’s Son!
By: Connie Kramer Nov.24,1995 # 36
WHAT WILL HELL BE LIKE?
Hell will be a prison of darkest despair,
There are so many things that will be there.
A lake of fire and brimstone, that there will be,
The judgment of God, and His final decree.
There will be suffering that’s not met its match,
Such pain and agony, and no gate with a latch.
Weeping and wailing, and gnawing of tongues,
Memory and remorse, have all just begun.
The fearful and unbelievers, and all liars,
All these will have their part, in the lake of fire.
The abominable, and all who hate God,
All who reject Christ, while on Earth they trod.
Then too, there are some things that will not be there,
Because Hell is a prison of dark despair.
No beautiful flowers on the banks of Hell,
None of the wonders of nature, we love so well.
No comforts of our home, no music, no song,
No friendship, no joy, and no peace in that throng.
No fam’ly gath’rings with laughter so bright,
No love and no smiles, and not one bit of light.
No more of God’s mercy, compassion or grace,
No pity, no water, --- what a terrible place!
One other thing that there simply will not be,
None of God’s children, for Christ has set us free.
These are just a few things, to ponder upon,
I pray you won’t wait long, to accept God’s Son.
Christ is the only One, that can save your soul,
And only He can place your name, on Heav’n’s roll.
By: His servant, Connie Kramer Dec.6,1995 #56
Mt.8:12; 13:42, 50; 25:41, 46; Rev.3:5; 13:8; 19:20; 20:10, 15; 21:8; Luke 10:20; 16:22-31; John 3:18, 36; 8:24; 12:44-50; 14:6;
Acts 4:12; Rom.1:28-32; Heb.12:23; 1 Pet.1:4-5
WHAT WILL I SAY???
What will I say, to the Almighty Judge?
When on His decisions, He won’t budge?
I can beg and cry, and for mercy plead,
But it’ll be too late, my words He won’t heed.
Just what will I say, at the Judgment Seat?
When the All-knowing Judge I finally meet?
I know He’ll have records of all I’ve done,
I won’t put anything o’er, God’s own Son.
He’ll know about the things, I did not do,
And He’ll know about, the wrongs I did too.
Rewards or loss of rewards, will come my way,
As I consider this, what will I say?
I must NOW really think, of how I live,
I must confess my sins, so God can forgive.
I must walk with Christ, on the narrow path,
I must live righteous, to avoid God’s wrath.
NOW is when I should think, of the Judgment Seat,
For one day soon, the Great Judge I’ll meet.
Will He be pleased, with my service to Him?
What will I say, on this day O so grim?
I will be judged, on all works I have done,
When I come Face to face, with God’s own Son.
All His judgments will be righteous and just,
What will I say, to my Lord whom I trust?
Soon in the future, will come Judgment Day,
I have no idea, of what I will say.
I look to this day with uneasiness,
I must live my life, so my Lord will bless.
By: His servant, Connie Kramer May 13, 2007 # 1142
Mat.12:36-37; 16:27; 25:35-45; 1Cor. 4:5; 2Cor. 5:9; 11:15;
Heb.6:10; 1 John 1:8-9; 4:17
Romans 14:10 But why dost thou judge thy brother? or why dost thou set at nought thy brother? for we shall all stand before the judgment seat of Christ. (KJV)
2 Cor. 5:10 For we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ; that every one may receive the things done in his body, according to that he hath done, whether it be good or bad. (KJV)
Rev. 22:12 And, behold, I come quickly; and my reward is with me, to give every man according as his work shall be. (KJV)
WHAT WILL YOU LOSE?
If you follow Christ, what will you lose?
There will be things; if this life you choose.
There is a “cross” you will have to bear,
If a life with Christ, you want to share.
Stubborn pride must be cast far away,
But meekness instead, should come to stay.
This characteristic we must seek,
For our precious Saviour; He was meek!
Thinking just of self, in all you do,
Is something you will have to lose too.
The lust for worldly things and pleasure,
You must replace with spiritual treasure.
Every one of your idols must go,
Only to Christ, reverence you must show.
If you don’t put Him first, you’re not worthy,
Of our Saviour’s love, grace and mercy.
You may even lose fam’ly and friends,
Your stand for Jesus, may truly rend.
They may turn completely against you,
When you follow Christ, on a path so true.
We must lay aside thoughts of great things,
Then God will give us awesome blessings!
Worldly concerns must not plague our heart,
Keep your eyes on Christ; they will depart.
All the things you’ll lose, cannot compare,
To the fellowship, with Christ you’ll share!
Great peace and joy, and contentment too,
Will automatically come to you!
By: His servant, Connie Kramer Nov. 5, 2000 # 752
What Will You Say?
What will you say, on that coming day?
It's a certainty, to come your way!
It's a fact, that one day you shall be,
In front of Judge Jesus, to state your plea.
The life you lived, will pass by your eyes,
Things you've forgotten, will re-arise.
Books on us all, Almighty God keeps,
Our awesome God, ne'er slumbers or sleeps.
Our Creator God, knows our ev'ry thought,
No way you can lie, you're already caught!
He knows our heart, for it He can see,
On Judgment day, we shall speak truthfully.
What will you say, what will you try to hide?
Will you be afraid, or will fears subside?
You shall stand, before the Great Judge one day,
When Judgment Day comes, what will you say?
There shall be judgments, not just one, but two,
Each of us shall be judged, both me and you!
God's children shall be, at the Judgment Seat,
Satan's children face, the Great White Throne's heat.
Before which of these judgments, will you be?
As you walk onward, to your destiny?
The Judgment Seat means, that Heav'n awaits,
The Great White Throne means, a no-exit gate!
What will you say, to Christ Jesus today?
IF you want Heav'n, there is NO other way!
Almighty God, you MUST believe,
Trust and accept Christ, and Him receive!
You must be born again, to gop to heav'n,
Or a "mansion" to you, will NOT be giv'n.
All Satan's children, shall go to Hell,
And there in agony, for e'er shall dwell.
By: His servant, Connie Kramer May 22, 2011 #1300
Judgment seat of Christ: 1 Cor.3:11-15; Rom.14:10; 2 Cor.5:10; Great White Throne Judgment: Rev.20:11-15; Eze.11:5; Ps.121:3-4; Rev. 20:11-15; Acts 17:31; Romans 2:16; Mat.3:7; 1 Thes. 1:10; Eph. 2:3; 5:6; Rev. 6:16-17; Rev. 14:19; Rev. 19:15; Rev. 20:11-15; Rev. 21:8; Future of the wicked: Psalm 11:6; Isaiah 66:24; Mat. 7:23; 8:12; 13:50; 22:13; 25:46; Heaven: Mat. 6:20; Luke 10:20; Rev.21:27; Luke 22:30; John 14:2; Rev.7:9; Acts 7:55-56; 2 Cor. 5:1; Heb. 11:10; Phil. 3:20; Col. 1:5; 1 Peter 1:4; Ps.121:3-4; Just Jesus has heaven's key: John 14:1-6; Acts 4:12; 1 John 5:11-13; John 1:12-13; 3:3,15-18,36; 5:24; 8:24
What Would Jesus Do?
When a thought of a lie, comes to you,
Just ask yourself, what would Jesus do?
Lies are a sin, that will lead to Hell,
And there for eternity, you will dwell.
When hatred of another, comes to mind,
Right answers from Jesus, you will find.
What would Jesus do, is what to ask,
Then in His loving Presence, you can bask.
If anger starts to take root, in your heart,
What can you do, to make it depart?
Ask yourself this: “What would Jesus do?”
He’ll always give, right answers to you.
What about covetousness, and greed?
To these evils, we must not pay heed.
There’s something we should do, ev’ry day,
Ask the Lord Jesus, to show us the way.
When any temptation, comes to you,
Just ask yourself, what would Jesus do?
If you know in your heart, He’d walk away,
Just do what you know He’d do, each day.
Always ask yourself, “What would Jesus do?”
Answers that come, will be right for you.
The Lord wants to help us, and He will,
His Holy Spirit, light shall instill.
Most don’t think to ask, “What would Jesus do?”
They on their own, their troubles plow thru.
He is there to comfort, and give aid,
Thru misfortunes, or when we’re afraid.
Christ loves us, wants us on the right road,
Wants us one day to live, in His abode.
Jesus will never ever, wrongly lead,
Please friend, to Him and His Spirit, pay heed!
By: His servant, Connie Kramer Feb.10, 2011 # 1291
Rev.21:8,27; 22:15; Heb.13:5; Ps.73:24; Mat.7:13-14; John 3:15-18; Evil things: Gal.5:19-21; 1 Jn. 2:9; 3:15; 4:20; Lu.12:15; Ro.13:9; 1 Co.5:10; 6:10; Eph.5:3,5, Col.3:5,8; 1 Tim.3:3; 2 Pet.2:14; Jam.1:19; Jude 1:11; Heaven: Dan.12:3; Mat.25:34; Luke 16:22; 2 Cor.4:17; 1 Tim.1:14; 2 Pet.1:11; Rev.7:14-15; Hell (Hades) place of the dead: Mat.11:23; 16:18; Luke 10:15; 16:23; Acts 2:27; Rev.1:18, 6:8; 20:13 Wicked banished from God: Ps.11:6; Isa.66:24; Mat.7:23; 8:12; 13:50; 22:13; 25:41,46; 2 Thes.1:8-9
WHAT’S HIS WORTH?
Love, kindness, and generosity,
All these blessings He gives freely.
Forgiveness from all our wicked sins,
Full atonement from Him we do win!
Goodness, great patience, and gentleness,
He’s just, and pure; and all righteousness!
Compassion, mercy, and wondrous grace,
‘Twill not be long, and I’ll see His Face!
He’s promised Heaven as my goal,
I praise my Saviour; He’s in control!
Just what is the worth of Christ, my Lord?
It can’t be counted, or put in words!
By: Connie Kramer May 23,1997 # 337
(Jn.15:13; Ro.5:8; Tit.3:5; Ps.108:4; Ep.1:7;
1 Jn.1:9; Ac.13:38; 26:18; Jn.3:15-18; 5:24; 14:6)
WHAT’S YOUR EXCUSE?
Do you know Jesus as Saviour and Lord?
Most do not; they reject Him, and His Word!
There are many people, our Lord refuse,
Have you refused Him? what’s your excuse?
Too many hypocrites to that church go,
You’ve never been there, just how would you know?
We need file only one thing on our shelf,
Each single one shall give account of himself!
Do you think you don’t need Christ to save you?
If that’s what you think, you do misconstrue.
Trusting Christ gives life nothing can sever,
Rejecting Him means life in Hell, forever.
Do you perhaps think your sin is too great?
Or do you maybe think for you it’s too late?
Our God can forgive you, please do not doubt,
“Him that cometh to me, I will not cast out.”
Most refuse to believe; what’s your excuse?
Excuses vary in those who refuse!
Do you think our God will no judgment do?
He spared not the angels, why would He spare you?
Some think they can get to Heav’n on their own,
Pride and self-righteousness He’ll not condone.
Not by works of righteousness which you do,
Only God’s tender mercy can save you!
What’s your excuse, on this beautiful day?
Friend, only Jesus, there’s no other way!
I pray you won’t say: “I’m not ready today,”
For it’s an excuse, and it’s the wrong way!
By: Connie Kramer Nov.14,1995 # 26
(Ps.50:17; Is.5:24; Jer.6:10; Zec.7:12; Ro.14:12;
Mt.16:27; 2 Co.5:10; Rev.20:11-15; 22:12;
2 P.2:4-9; Ep.2:8-9; Jn.3:15-18,36; 8:24; 6:37)
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