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Poems about Christ,
Our Saviour and Lord


Many of the prophets of old, did foretell,
Of when Christ would come, and where He would dwell.
And of a young virgin, He would be born,
And His birth would become, a birth forlorn.
Gen.3:15; 49:10; Isa.9:7; 7:14; 11:1-2; Mic.5:2; Dan.9:25

They told how from the king’s wrath, He’d have to flee,
Away to Egypt God sent Him, to safety.
Those walking in darkness saw a great Light,
From Gentiles, God cast away their night.
Hos.11:1; Mat.2:4-15

Christ would spend much time in Galilee,
Healing many sick, and infirmities.
His awesome love, always did abound,
In Him always, great love could be found.
Isa.9:1-2; Mat.4:12-16; 9:1

Then a tragedy; a friend did betray,
Sold Christ for 30 pieces of silver one day.
Judas couldn’t live, with what He had done,
Betraying his Master, God’s very own Son.
Ps.41:9; 109:7-8; Ex.21:32; Mat.26:14-16; 27:3-10

Jesus by false witnesses, was accused,
Smitten and spat upon, they did abuse.
He open’d not His mouth, tho’ they did oppress,
His heartbreak and pain, He did suppress.
Ps.27:12; 35:11; 38:13-14; Mat.26:60-63; Isa.50:6

He bore our griefs, and carried our sorrows,
Jesus thought only, of our tomorrows.
Between wicked sinners, Christ was crucified,
His Hands and Feet were pierced, before He died.
Isa.53:4-5, 12; 50:6; Mat.8:16-17; 27:38; Ps.22:16; Zec.12:10

He was mock’d and insulted, for hours on end,
His own had departed, He had not one friend.
His heart was bereaved, broken and heavy,
Not one was there, to comfort or pity.
Ps.22:6-8; 69:8-9, 20-21; Mat.27:39-40

Gall and vinegar, they gave Him for thirst,
As His heavy heart, felt like it would burst.
But for His enemies there, He did pray,
Awesome forgiveness and love, He did portray.
Ps.109:4; Isa.53:12; Luke 23:34

On that horrid cross, for us, our Saviour died,
His people insisted, He be crucified.
Soldiers, His side, with a spear did pierce.
No compassion! they were evil and fierce.
Zec.12:10; 13:9; John 1:11; 19:34; Mat.24:30; Rev.19:11

Thru’ it all, not one of His bones did they break,
The work He was giv’n, He did not forsake.
Jesus was buried in a rich man’s grave,
The Son of God, for us, His life gave.
Ps.34:20; Ex.12:46; John 19:33; Isa.53:9; Mat.27:57-60

Christ Jesus did NOT stay dead! He rose again!
The tomb was empty, where His body had been.
He ascended up into Heav’n above,
Where He takes our side, with such great love!
By: His Servant, Connie Kramer Nov.17,2004 #1028
Scripture verses for this poem:
Ps.46:10; Mat.16:21; 28:9; Luke 24:36-51; Acts 1:9; Eph.4:8; 1 John 2:1; Eph.1:20; Col.3:1; Heb.1:3, 13; 8:1; 10:12; 1 Pet.3:22


Christ came to bring life eternally,
To take sin away, and set us free.
He paid the price we could never pay,
We can look forward with hope, to that day.

Christ came to put peace and joy in our heart,
A wondrous feeling, that won’t depart.
The world cannot have the peace He gives,
We’re not troubled, nor fear, as we live.

Christ also came, to bring division,
For unbelief will bring God’s derision.
Christ will divide daughter from mother,
Also the son from his own father.

When you stand with Christ, there’s a price to pay,
For you must put Jesus first, alway!
When you accept Christ, some ‘friends’ flee fast,
But friendship of Christ, is one that lasts.

As you read these words, where do you stand?
Do you WANT to go to Glory Land?
Only Christ has the key to Heav’n’s door,
All other keys give what Hell has in store.
By: His Servant, Connie Kramer Jan.1,1997 #283
Scripture verses for above poem:
(Jn.3:15-18,36; 14:6,27, 7:43; 9:16; Lu.12:51-53
Ro.5:10-11; Mt.10:35-38; Jn.21:15)


Christ delivers us, from the lowest Hell,
Belief in Him assures, there we won’t dwell.
In the Book of life, Jesus writes our name,
Faith in Jesus, removes eternal shame.

Christ delivers us, from the wrath to come,
We will not see, the Great Tribulation.
Being in Christ Jesus, we’re justified,
Jesus’ righteousness, to us is applied.

Christ delivers us, from the pow’r of darkness,
We’re God’s friends and children, whom He does bless.
A royal priesthood, let’s sing forth our praise,
The fruit of our lips, let’s gratefully raise.

Christ delivers us, from the curse of the Law,
Placing us under grace, where there is no flaw.
We’re cursed, if just one point of the Law we fail,
But God’s wondrous grace, has much to avail.

Christ delivers us, from this present world,
As all around us, evils are unfurl’d.
Christ was not of this world, neither are we,
He made us citizens of Heav’n, eternally.

Christ delivers us, from all evil’s pow’r,
Satan has no control, ev’n in his best hour.
If we submit to God, Satan will flee,
Christ delivers our soul, eternally.

Christ delivers us, from the presence of sin,
Delivered, from the bondage we were in.
One day we shall live, in God’s Home above,
Because of our God’s, great and awesome love.
By: His Servant, Connie Kramer April 30,2005 #1066
Scripture verses for above poem:
(Ps.86:13; Rev.20:15; 1 Thes.1:10; Rom.8:1,21; 7:6; 14-15; 5:1-10; Col.1:13; 1 Pet.2:9; John 17:16; Gal.1:4; 3:13; 4:3-5,10; 1 Cor.1:30; 2 Cor.5:21; Heb.13:15; Jam.4:7; 2 Tim.3:11; 4:17; 1 John 3:2; Deut 27:26.


Christ is the Light, that shines in darkness,
The Light that can remove our blindness.
The Light that guides in paths I can’t see,
That leads us onward to eternity.

Christ is the Shepherd, of all God’s sheep,
The Shepherd whom our souls safely keep.
The Shepherd who supplies all our needs,
And to all our dangers, He pays heed.

Christ is the True Vine, that does empow’r,
The Vine that refreshes us, ev’ry hour.
The Vine that strengthens, so we endure,
He makes us holy, loving and pure.

Christ is the Bridge, from sinners to God,
The only Bridge, the wide world abroad.
The Bridge, crossing o’er judgment and Hell,
To a place where we, in bliss shall dwell.

Christ is the Key, to eternal Heav’n,
The Key to the mansion, God has given.
The Key to joy in eternity,
Where we’ll have peace and serenity.

Christ is our Saviour, our Lord and King,
The only Channel, to God’s blessings.
He’s our Redeemer, our debt He did pay,
That we might live, to see a better day.

This Jesus; what an amazing Man!
God’s only Son, who fulfilled His plan.
If you don’t know Him, He waits for you,
Open your heart’s door, to this Friend so true.
By: His Servant, Connie Kramer Sept.2,2001 #811
Scripture verses for above poem:
(Mat. 1:21; John 3:15-18, 36; 10:1-16; 14:2-3, 6; 15:1-5;
Ps. 19:14; 1 Tim. 6:15; Rev. 19:16)


Christ is a great Light, in darkness deep,
He’s strength to aid, when our path is steep.
He is warm sunshine, after a rain,
He’s calming assurance, after strain.

When my soul does tire, Christ brings relief,
Giving comfort and peace; expels my grief.
He’s my help and my hope, for e’er more,
And He has the ‘key’ to Heaven’s door!

Christ is merciful, loving and kind,
With grace for all; that baffles the mind.
He is love for e’er, loyal and true,
To all who trust Him; “Is that you?”
By: His Servant, Connie Kramer Jan.10,1996 #99-B
Scripture verses for above poem:
(Jn.1:4; 8:12; 12:35,46; 14:6; 2 Co.4:6; Ep.5:14; 1 Jn.2:8)


I was evil, wicked, and filthy,
In God’s eyes, I was His enemy.
Then one day I found a better way,
Down on my knees, to Him I did pray.

Like water, I drank iniquity,
I loved evil, and would not flee.
One day I awoke to find Christ there,
Before that time, I was unaware.

All my wicked sins were sheer delight,
I rejoic’d in evil; day or night.
And then one day the Answer I found,
Satan can no longer keep me bound.

One day I felt pricked in my heart,
Christ came in; and He did not depart.
He’s there, and all my sins He’ll forgive,
And in Heav’n, some day with Him I’ll live.

I awoke to find a better way,
Christ is the Answer, both night and day.
Outside my heart’s door, so patiently,
I found the Answer, waiting for me.
By: His Servant, Connie Kramer Aug.7,1997 #382
Scripture verses for above poem:
(Job.15:16; 20:12; Pro.2:14; Is.5:18; Jn.3:15-18; 14:1-6)


Christ is the ‘Bridge’ from Earth, to Heav’n,
The only One the Father hath giv’n.
If we accept God’s One True Way,
We’ll be citizens of Heav’n alway.

Christ is the ‘Bridge’ from death to life,
The only One that can relieve strife.
We as humans follow sin’s path,
Only Jesus relieves God’s wrath.

Christ is the ‘Bridge’ o’er troubled seas,
The only One that makes Satan flee.
Trials and tribulations will be near,
But with our Saviour, we’ve nought to fear.

Christ is the ‘Bridge’ from wrong to right,
Always there to help, in our fight.
We must love and trust; and obey,
For with our God, there’s no other way!

Christ is the ‘Bridge’ that leads from Hell,
Trust Him, and there, you’ll never dwell!
Just walk in Him, thru’ Heav’n’s door,
All Heaven’s wonder is in store.
By: His Servant, Connie Kramer Feb.29,1996 #154
Scripture verses for above poem:
(Jn.3:3,15-18,36; 11:25;14:6,15,23; 1 Jn.5:1,12;
Ro.5:21; Jam.4:7; Ep.6:12; Heb.11:6; Rev.ch.21)


Christ will be there, in your time of need,
Answer to your pray’r, He’ll send with speed.
He’ll give comfort, in your time of pain,
His loving Presence, is such great gain.

Christ will be there, any time you call,
His outstretched Hand, is there if you fall.
He gives such great peace, deep down inside,
For His Holy Spirit, does abide.

Christ will be there, when you need His pow’r,
He can give great strength, at any hour.
He nourishes us, for He is the Vine,
What joy it gives me, to know He’s mine!

Christ will be there, any time, any where,
When we go to Him, in earnest pray’r.
Faithfulness like His, is very rare,
O how He loves us, and truly cares.

When troubles come, He’s always close by,
With awesome comfort, He’ll not deny.
His Presence is with us, ev’ry hour,
Granting us always, love, wisdom and pow’r.
By: His Servant, Connie Kramer Feb.2,2005 #1042


Christ is the ‘Key’ to eternal life,
Without Him, evil and sin are rife.
The wages of sin is death, my friend,
Only Christ leads to glory, with no end!

Christ is the ‘Key’ to life, full and good,
Trust and obey Him; as we well should.
He came that we ,might have life abundantly,
This you will have if you follow closely.

Christ is the ‘Key’ for cleansing our soul,
Only Christ the Lord, is in full control.
His precious Blood washes away all sin,
Cleanses completely, deep down within.

Christ is the “Key’ to unlock power,
We’ve no reason to hide or to cower.
We can do all things thru’ Christ the Lord,
For He gives strength, as told in His Word.

Christ is the ‘Key’ to great peace and joy,
With Him by our side, Satan can’t destroy!
Do not be troubled; do not have fear,
For our precious Saviour is always near!

Christ is the ‘Key’ to Almighty God,
If you live close by, or far abroad.
There’s just one Way to get to God in Heav’n,
The ‘Way’ is Christ; and by God is giv’n.
By: His Servant, Connie Kramer Feb.17,1996 #136
Scripture verses for above poem:
(Jn.14:6; 10:10, 27-30; 15:11; 16:24; 1 Jn.1:7; Ro.5:1; 6:23;
Ep.2:14; Col.1:20; Phil.4:13)


Jesus is our Anchor; firm and sure,
Placing trust in Him, makes us secure.
Whatever storms Satan brings our way,
Christ will keep you tethered, night and day!

Our Anchor is Jesus’ righteousness,
Accept Him, sin is gone; God does bless!
Only His righteousness justifies,
In God the Father’s Almighty eyes!

His precious Blood will always avail,
Our stable Anchor that will not fail!
Blood He shed willingly, on that Cross,
Without that Anchor, we’re at loss!

A trustworthy Anchor is His love,
Without a doubt; we’re bless’d from above.
Unmerited love; for you and me,
Our Anchor’s secure, for eternity!

Many fierce storms and raging waves, high,
We need an Anchor; we can’t deny!
Only Christ can be our Anchor sure,
Just He can help you, storms to endure!
By: His Servant, Connie Kramer June 11,1998 #474


Jesus shall come, from Heav’n descending,
With a thousand thousand, saints attending.
Coming, He shall bring an end to wars,
He’ll be our King; and stop all horrors.

Heav’n shall open, to a great white horse,
The One astride, is Jesus, of course!
His eyes shall be as a flame of fire,
Believers look for this day with great desire!

Upon His Head, are many diadems,
He’ll have a new Name, known by none but Him.
Clothed in a garment, sprinkled with Blood,
And His Name is called, The Word of God!

Armies on white horses, follow Him,
Clothed in white linen, pure and prim.
Out of His mouth, shall come a sharp sword,
He is KING of KINGS, and LORD of LORDS!

Antichrist and all the kings of this Earth,
Gather, and bring all their armies forth.
In vain are their efforts, against this KING,
A tremendous vict’ry will our God bring!

The Beast and False Prophet, will Christ take,
And cast them live, into the Fiery Lake.
There for eternity, they shall dwell,
In the agonizing pits of Hell!
By: His Servant, Connie Kramer Apr.12,2000 #683


If your eyes are on our precious Lord,
Things go better when you have discord.
Keep your eyes on Christ; He’ll see you thru’
With His grace and mercy, O so true.

If your eyes are on heav’ly treasure,
You won’t lust after worldly pleasure.
Things of this world will look so dim,
If your eyes are on the brightness of Him.

If your eyes are on God’s will alone,
All the right roads to you will be shown.
Keep your eyes on Christ, He’ll guide you right,
Paths that He shows are drenched with light.

If your eyes are on God’s beloved Son,
He’ll give you pow’r to resist temptation.
Keep your eyes on Jesus, all the way,
His awesome love makes a better day.

If your eyes are on wondrous Saviour,
Forgiveness of all your sins is sure.
Keep your eyes on Christ, He’ll justify,
But His precious Blood you must not deny!

If your eyes are on our God of Heav’n,
Eternal life to you, by Him, is giv’n.
Keep your eyes on Christ, He’ll prepare you a place,
And some day you’ll meet Him, face to Face!
By: His Servant, Connie Kramer Sept.12,1999 #549


Knowing Christ, is great knowledge achieved,
It begins, when God’s Word is believed!
No earthly knowledge, can e’er compare,
With knowing Christ Jesus, e’er so fair!

Knowing Christ, is how faith gets its pow’r,
And he will strengthen, at any hour!
No earthly pow’r, can make our faith strong,
With knowing Jesus, we can’t go wrong!

Knowing Christ, will unto all Truth lead,
And He has promised, to fill all my needs.
No earthly truth, could e’er compare,
With knowing Jesus, for He does care!

Knowing Christ, gives us blessings galore,
For God has many, He holds in store.
No earthly blessings, can be worthy,
With knowing the Christ of eternity!

Knowing Christ, will open Heaven’s gate,
Fellowship with Him, will only elate.
No earthly friendship, gives this harmony,
With knowing Jesus, who gives victory.
By: His Servant, Connie Kramer Oct.9,2001 #834


Lord, let me please You, in all that I do,
Grant me faith, for without it, I can’t please You!
Lord, let me fear You, revere You always,
For You will protect me, until that great day!

Lord, let me trust You, each step of the way,
If I rely on You, I shan’t go astray.
Lord, let me love You, as You love me,
Then some sweet day I’ll see You, for eternity!

Lord, let me obey You, each hour of the day,
Willingly, freely, and loving You always.
Lord, give me patience, my burdens to bear,
Let me remember, You really do care!

Lord, give me strength, as I go thru’ the day,
With You beside me, I can go the whole way.
Lord, give me contentment, don’t let me complain,
For godliness with contentment, is great gain!

Lord, give me peace, don’t let me stir up strife,
Grant me perfect peace, the rest of my life.
Lord, give me much joy, in all that I do,
And I’ll have eternal joy, thanks to You!

Lord, let me serve You, equip me to do so,
And keep me faithful and willing, as I go.
Lord, let me please You, in all that I do,
Grant me these blessings, to help me please You!
By: His Servant, Connie Kramer Oct.19,1995 #3
Scripture verses for above poem:
(Lu.12:12; 21:15; Heb.11:6; Jos.24:14; Ec.12:13; Is.8:13;
1 Pet.1:17; 2:17; Ps. 25:12; Acts 10:35; Mat.7:21; 22:36-40;
Gal.5:22-23; John 15:1-14)


Lord, I love You, beyond anything,
Honor and reverence, from within me spring.
Grateful praise is always on my lips,
For You reach out to me, each time I slip.

Lord, I love You, above anyone,
Blessed Saviour, only begotten Son!
How I praise You Lord, for who You are,
My Guiding Light, and Bright Morning Star.

Lord Jesus, I truly do love Thee,
My Redeemer, who gives victory.
Abundant praise Lord, to You is due,
Our God of Hope, who is always true,

Wondrous Saviour, love to me You’ve taught,
With Your precious Blood, my soul You bought.
It is to me, a necessity,
To praise You for blessings, granted so free.

Lord, I love You, ‘cause You first loved me,
There is none other, I love more than Thee.
I believe ev’ry word, You do say,
Such a blessing it is, each new day.

One day I will see, Your precious Face,
When I come home, to my “prepared place.”
Then I shall live with You, for e’er more,
And then I will praise You, on Heav’n’s shore!
By: His Servant, Connie Kramer Dec.31,2003 #985
Scripture verses for above poem:
Mat.10:37; 22:37; John 3:16; 14:15-16, 23; Eph.6:24; 1 Pet.1:8;
Lu.1:79; John 1:4,9; 8:12; 12:46; Eph.5:14; 1 Jn.1:5; Rev.21:23;
Mat. 20:28; Gal.3:13; 4:4-5; Acts 20:28; Heb.9:12; 1 Pet.1:19; Rev. 5:9
1 Cor. 1:30; John 16:33; Rom.8:37; 2 Cor. 2:14; 1 John 4:4;
John 14:1-6, Rev.21.


Lord, I trust You, with my v’ry all,
I know You will be there, if I should fall.
You always are watching out, after me,
With You on my side, I have victory.

Lord Jesus, I trust You, in ev’rything,
I benefit daily, from great blessings.
You’ve proven Yourself, o’er and o’er,
I know You shall bless me, for e’er more.

I trust You Lord, to guide me right,
On my dark, dreary paths, You shed great light.
I know You are there for me, ev’ry hour,
I’ve learned to count, on Your wisdom and pow’r.

I trust You Lord, my burdens to bear,
I’ve learned that all, my troubles You’ll share.
Great burdens of life, are lightened by You,
I’ve learned dear Lord, You are always true.

I trust You Lord, to give joy and peace,
From life’s stress and worry, I find release.
Comfort and encouragement, You give to me,
I will trust You Lord, for eternity.
By: His Servant, Connie Kramer Jan.4,2004 #988


Lord, if You would set this servant free,
I’d rush back to You on bended knee!
My desire is to be near You, always,
I want to serve You, all my days.

Your bond servant I will always be,
Here on Earth, and thru’ eternity!
I praise You, dear Master and Lord,
In my heart and life, You are ador’d!

The Gospel of Christ I must beautify,
And His precious Name I will glorify.
I’ll serve You with love and gratitude,
None of Your lost ones will I exclude.

I commit to You with all willingness,
I pray You will continue to bless.
With my life I’ll strive to honor You,
Let me do right and always be true.

I was bought with a price, O so high!
Master, I’m Yours, and I won’t deny!
I ask that Your Word cleanse me each day,
A vessel fit for Your use, alway.

Dear Master, I am completely Thine,
In my works, let Thy glory shine.
In quiet contentment, let me abide,
And imitate Jesus with ev’ry stride!

Lord, let me boast of You in all I do,
Keep my thoughts and words always true.
Give me wisdom and words Lord, equip me,
Master as I serve, give me victory!
By: His Servant, Connie Kramer May 8,2001 #784
Scripture verses for above poem:
1 Cor. 6:20; 7:23; Deut. 10:12; Phil. 2:3-8; Psalm 119:49; Isaiah 56:6; Rom. 1:1


Thru’ flames and floods, my Saviour leads,
Safely guiding, as His Voice I heed.
Tho’ my troubles have great severity,
My Saviour is there, comforting me.

The storms of life, at times are great,
But His pow’r, I’ll ne’er underestimate!
His Promise: “I will never leave you,”
Is proved o’er and o’er, tried and true.

Troubles can seem like a mountain high,
But His near Presence, gratifies.
Pain and sorrow may not go away,
But He’ll walk with us, all the way.

We should not worry ‘bout grief we bear,
Just take it to the Saviour in pray’r.
His yoke is easy, He’ll give you rest,
His comforting love is simply best!
By: His Servant, Connie Kramer Aug.18,2001 #802


Jesus is my sunshine, glorious and bright,
He’s always there, no matter how dark the night.
He will always be there, so close by my side,
If only in Him, my Lord, I will abide.

When my feet want to slip, or when I should fear,
He’s willing to help, and my life to steer.
Without my Saviour, it’s always dark night,
But when I call on Him, it’s brilliant light.

He’ll never forsake me, He’ll always be true,
My wonderful Saviour, there to help you too.
Do you have a burden, you carry anew?
He’s patiently waiting, to bear it for you.

When I get weak, with no strength of my own,
He will never let me to stand all alone.
Always there to give power in my plight,
I’m never so far that I’m out of His sight.

What great comfort, what joy, mercy, and such peace,
And endless love for me, that will only increase.
These come in the form of my Saviour, my God,
And He’s willing to share these blessings abroad.
By: His Servant, Connie Kramer Oct.31,1995 #8
Scripture verses for above poem:
(Rev.22:14; 21:23; Ps.145:18; Ac.17:27; Heb.7:19; 13:5; Jam.4:8;
Mt.11:29-30; Jn.1:4; 8:12; 15:5,11; 17:13; 14:27; 15:13;
Phil.4:13; Lu.6:36; Ro.8:35-39; Is.9:2; 2 Co.4:6; Ep.5:14; 1 Jn.2:8)


Trouble will come, our soul to try,
But there’s a Friend, standing by.
There’s always something He can do,
To encourage, and comfort you.

There will be trials, all our own,
Many paths, we must go alone.
At times just His love, can smooth the road,
Our Friend will help us carry our load.

It’s a privilege, to have this Friend,
For He’ll stand by us, till the end.
His compassion, thru’ all will endure,
Our Friend’s great love, holds fast and sure.

In troubles, our Friend will pull you thru’,
To ease the strain, He’ll walk with you.
Ev’ry time your soul wants to cry,
Remember our Friend, who stands close by!
By: His Servant, Connie Kramer Oct.10,2001 #835


We’ll find many hard roads on life’s journey,
As we wind our way to eternity.
But we have a Guide, who will lead us right,
For His light will shine in the darkest night!

Upward we climb, on a steep, rocky trail,
But if our Guide directs, we cannot fail!
We’ll not slip and fall as we journey on,
But we must trust our Guide; God’s own Son!

As we travel dowm a rugged crevasse,
Our Saviour will lead us, and He will bless!
We must keep our faith when we’re down and out,
Always trusting our Guide, never to doubt!

We will come to many detours in life,
Satan will tempt us with troubles and strife.
But ‘round those bumpy paths, our Guide will lead,
If only His right counsel, we will heed!

A constant, smooth road, our trip will not be,
As we journey on, to eternity!
We’ll have ups and downs; sunshine and rain,
But vict’ry is ours, our Guide will sustain!
By: His Servant, Connie Kramer Nov.5,2000 #751


Lord, I lift up my soul unto Thee,
Let Your light shine brightly over me.
Lord, I trust You, now and for always,
Guide me on right paths, teach me Thy ways.

Let me never be ashamed of You,
In anything that I say or do.
Teach me Lord, and unto Thy Truth lead,
Let me serve You, as Your Word I heed.

Remember not my sins when I was young,
Nor the sins of my uncontrolled tongue.
For Thy goodness sake, have mercy on me,
Teach me, that I might not sin against Thee.

Good and upright are You, in all Your ways,
The meek You will guide and teach each day.
All of Your paths are Truth and mercy,
A humble request Lord; teach me, teach me.

Lord, pardon my sin, for it is vast,
Let my disobedience be in the past.
Let my soul within me, dwell at ease,
Teach me Lord, for it’s You I want to please.

The secret to You Lord, You we should fear,
Then Your love and mercy, will always be near.
Lord, let my eyes be ever toward You,
Teach me Lord, so I’ll always be true.
By: His Servant, Connie Kramer Aug.24,2002 #891
Scripture for above poem: Psalm 25


Why do I love Jesus, this Man I can’t see?
To the world, this is a great mystery.
But deep in my heart, stronger my love grows,
Gratitude and praise, from my lonely heart flows.

No, I can’t see this Man I love, with my eyes,
But my love for Him, I will never deny.
I trust Him completely, and honor Him so,
This is something unbelievers, cannot know.

Respect and awe, grow more profound each day,
I long so to know Him more, in ev’ry way.
This Man I can’t see, this Man Jesus, does shine,
My heart sees Him clearly, and He is mine.

I know that He lives, and that He cares for me,
This wondrous Man who once walked, in Galilee.
My faith grows stronger, more and more each hour,
This Man I can’t see, gives me amazing pow’r.

Just because I can’t see this Man, with my eyes,
Is not a reason, His Presence to deny.
He makes it so plain, of His great love for me,
This awesome Man, whom my heart clearly sees!
By: His Servant, Connie Kramer May 20,2003 #949


Lord, You never, ever lie to me,
You are there when I need Your mercy.
Your love shines thru’ be it day or night,
You’re there for me, no matter my plight.

Trouble may come, but You never leave,
You’re there for me, when my soul does grieve.
Your amazing grace stands firm and true,
There are many reasons I trust You.

My friends and fam’ly may forsake me,
But You are there, for eternity.
You never change, You’re always the same,
Lord, I do trust, Your most Holy Name.

When I repent, forgiveness is mine,
Your mercy for me, truly does shine.
You are trustworthy, You are so true,
My precious Lord, let me trust in You.

You are my Shield from the fiery darts,
That Satan wields to my trusting heart.
You are my Shepherd, You care for me,
Lord, I’ll trust You, for eternity.

You promised to save me from dark Hell,
You promised that in Heaven I’d dwell.
I claim Your Promises that You make,
I trust that You will never forsake.
By: His Servant, Connie Kramer Oct.3,2002 #910


When I need Him most, He’s close by,
And He won’t ever, my call deny.
There’s not a reason to be afraid,
He’s there to grant me His divine aid.

When my trials are great, He is there,
I just need to go, to Him in prayer.
There to help, in the blink of an eye,
Offering assistance from on High.

He gives rest in days of adversity,
He can remove, our calamity.
A mighty God, so wondrous and true,
There to assist me; and also you.

When trouble surrounds me, on ev’ry side,
I must not forget, in Him to abide.
A moment away, when troubles abound,
God, to His children, is easily found.

I need Him most, so oft’ when I’m down,
He’s always willing; never a frown.
I can’t praise enough, our Creator,
Just He alone, does my soul adore.
By: His Servant, Connie Kramer Sept.17,1996 #262
Scripture verses for above poem:
(Is.43:2; 50:8; Ex.33:14; Ac.17:27; Ps.94:12-13; 73:28;
145:18; Heb.7:19; 13:15-16; 1 P.2:9)


Is He at the bottom of your faith?
Do you trust Him with your ev’ry breath?
Only Jesus can set your soul free,
As you ponder your life; where is He?

Is He at the root of your ev’ry joy?
Your grief and heartache, He can destroy.
He can give peace and serenity,
As you explore your soul; where is He?

Is He on the throne of your own heart?
Does He have rule o’er your ev’ry part?
He is the ‘King’ of both you and me,
As you do consider; where is He?

Is He present in your words and deeds?
Do you imitate Him, and His Word heed?
We should live for Him; from sin flee,
As you contemplate this; where is He?

Is He before you, and at journey’s end?
He’s your Lord and Saviour, and your Friend.
To eternal life, He holds the ‘Key’,
As you reflect on this; where is He?
By: His Servant, Connie Kramer June 23,1997 #358
Scripture verses for above poem:
(Jn.7:11; 1 Jn.5:4; Ro.14:17; 8:6-8; Ep.1:22; 4:17-32; 5:1-7;
Jn.3:15-18; 14:1-6,27; 16:13; 18:37)


Does Jesus reign in your life today?
Do you follow Him on right paths each day?
Have you allowed Him to quiet your fears?
Has He wiped away all of your tears?

Where Jesus reigns, there’s no night at all,
His brightness will not allow you to fall.
The Light of Jesus enlightens the road,
With a Promise to help carry your load.

Where Jesus reigns, there’s no anxious care,
There is no one like Him; anywhere!
Take to Him all your worry and stress,
Ask Him into your heart, and He will bless.

Where Jesus reigns, there’s no gloomy days,
Oh, that we would give Him well deserved praise!
No wild raging sea, nor tempest to dread,
Just serenity and calm instead!

Where Jesus reigns, there’s no discontent,
But knowing His grace is always sufficient!
Tranquillity, and hope very bright,
For abundant is His comforting Light!

Where Jesus reigns, gone are sin’s chains,
Satan’s pow’r departs when Christ we claim!
No heavy heart by guilt oppressed,
Just wondrous peace and joy, and perfect rest!

Where Jesus reigns, there’s no shame at all,
We speak up for Him, standing so tall!
We’ll one day live on Heav’n’s blissful shore,
Where we’ll praise our KING, forever more!
By: His Servant, Connie Kramer Jan.20,2000 #613


Why do I follow this Man as I do?
When those in the world who serve Him are few?
Millions turn away, from what He does teach,
But there are some souls, that His Words do reach.

Why do I follow Him? Is it the glory?
No, it’s because He loves and forgives me.
It’s not for rewards I hope to receive,
It’s because His Words, I trust and believe.

Does He shelter me, from all suff’ring and pain?
No, I do have sunshine, but also rain.
I do have my burdens that I must bear,
But He helps me carry them, for He cares.

As I follow Jesus, I am never alone,
His Presence to me, is clearly shown.
Tho’ I never know what tomorrow brings,
I know He’ll bring my way, many blessings.

His love, joy and peace, and mercy abound,
Deep within my soul, His blessings are found.
His grace is sufficient, and there always,
That’s why I long to be with Him, all my days.

His Words of Truth redeem’d me, and inspire,
Words deep in my heart, like a burning fire.
I’ll follow this Jesus, each day I live,
And to those around me, His Words I’ll give.

I’ll follow this Man, Jesus, willingly,
Why He loves this sinner, is a mystery.
Ev’n tho’ those who follow Him are truly few,
The mystery is this, He loves me and you.
By: His Servant, Connie Kramer May 23, 2003 #950


Will I know Him that day, when Him I see?
In the clouds above, coming for me?
The Rapture will be, one awesome day,
And by God’s ‘clock’, it’s not far away!

Will I know Him, at the Judgment Seat?
When Christ judges all my works complete?
By what motives I had, He will judge,
Never from righteousness, will He budge!

Will I really know Him, when Him I see?
In my eternal Home, waiting for me?
He’ll have more glory, that street of gold,
Or the glist’ning walls, God’s Word has foretold!

When Jesus I see, will Him I know?
When His true glory, and brightness show?
I will know Him, and fall at His Feet,
When my precious Saviour, I finally meet!

Though I’ve never seen my precious Lord,
And His actual Voice, I’ve never heard,
‘Tis a fact; I’ll know Him, when Him I see,
For He’s etched on my heart, eternally!
By: His Servant, Connie Kramer Nov.17,1999 #585

YES! YES! I will know Him!


Think of what it would be like, without Him,
Life would be so dark and dreary and dim.
Without His Presence, it would be as night,
For He is our Sunshine, He is our Light.

Without Him, think of how it would be,
We’d have no comfort, in our agony.
He’d not encourage, for He’d not be there,
There’d be none to love us, none to care.

We’d be so lost, without Him to guide,
We’d lose our way, in this world so wide.
Unless Christ illuminates the way,
Darkness would fill ev’n the brightest day.

Without Him, we would fall flat on our face,
For there would be no amazing grace.
Without Him, who would supply our needs?
And help us speak good words, do good deeds?

I don’t want to think of life without Him,
With Satan at the helm, life would be grim.
I thank You Lord, for Your presence so near,
With You by my side, I’ve nothing to fear.
By: His Servant, Connie Kramer April 7, 2003 #943


All that I do, I do for my Lord,
I just want to praise Him, and His Word.
I just want to glorify His Name,
I do not want any Earthly fame.

Without my Lord, I’m nothing at all,
He must give me strength, or I would fall.
I give Him credit, for ev’ry thing,
For all that He’s done, my heart does sing.

I am tempted; my flesh is weak,
The end result; great havoc I wreak.
Without Christ, there’s nothing I can do,
But when I turn to Him, He’ll rescue.

I’m just a mere branch; Christ is the Vine,
I must be nourished, by Christ, divine.
Without Him, I can do nothing at all,
But He’s always there, when I do call.

His strength is made perfect in weakness,
His grace is sufficient; He will bless.
All our sufficiency, is of God,
No matter who, or the road we trod.

All that I do, my Lord does equip,
And with His help, I won’t ever slip.
But I must remember, don’t go alone,
For without His help, I’d stumble and groan.

He will direct my steps, if I ask,
And grant strength and wisdom, for ev’ry task.
If only I will trust and obey,
Jesus will always lighten my way.
By: His Servant, Connie Kramer Aug.27,1996 # 251
Scripture verses for above poem:
(Phil.4:13; Mt.26:41; Jn.15:5; 14:15;
2 Co.12:9; 3:5; 1 Jn.2:17)


Is Jesus the ‘Messiah’, the Anointed One?
Can He be the 'Christ', God’s only begotten Son?
Isaac tells, that a virgin would bear a son,
History agrees, yet He, the world does shun!

Micah tells, He’d be born in tiny Bethlehem,
Wise men came from the east, for His star told them.
Joseph and Mary from Herod, to Egypt, did run,
Hosea tells, God would call from Egypt, His own Son.

‘Tis told, He’d be despis’d and rejected of men,
He’d have grief and sorrows, o’er and o’er again.
When He came, most couldn’t see, to them it was dim,
He came to His own, but they wouldn’t receive Him!

David tell us, He’d be betrayed by a ‘friend’,
One of the twelve, did hand Him over in the end.
Zechariah tells, He would be sold for a price,
Judas did just that, and then fled into the night.

Psalms tells, many would hate Him without a cause,
When He came, their hate was ardent, and without pause.
Jesus tells, if we hate Him, we hate Jehovah too,
This for some is hard to grasp, but surely is true.

Jacob told many years back, when Messiah would come,
Judah lost rule, aft’ Shiloh came, their foe was Rome.
So many prophecies, Messiah did fulfill,
Why are His people still of that stubborn will?

He’s there, for one and all; all Gentiles, and all Jews,
And He can save your soul fromHell, ‘Wonderful News’!
There’s just one plan of salvation; that’s God’s Son,
It’s the same worldwide; the same plan for ev’ry one!
By: His Servant, Connie Kramer Nov.11, 1995 # 21
Scripture verses for above poem:
(Gen.;18:18; 49:10; Lu.3:33; Is.9:7; Mic.5:2; Mt.2:1; Is.7:14; Mt.1:18; Deut.18:15; Jn.6:14; Is.53:3; Jn.1:11; Ps.41:9; Mk.14:10; Zec.11:12; Mt.26:15; Is.50:6; Mk.14:65; Ps.69:4; Jn.15:23-25; Ps.22:16; Jn.20:27; Ps.22:18; Mk.15:24; Ps.34:20; Jn.19:33; Ps.16:10; Mt.28:9; Ps.68:18; Lu.24:50-51; Ac.1:9)

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