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Poems About Jesus, Our Saviour and Lord


Jesus is the “Light” in all the darkness,
Only in Him, does God make a promise!
In Him is life, this life, the light of man,
God’s way of salvation, His only Plan!

The world, it walks in darkness so deep,
The wickedness of men, never does sleep.
The evil ungodliness keeps going on,
Not ‘til His return, will it be all gone!

The “Light” of the world is Jesus, our Lord,
But just a few see the “Light” from His Word.
If we follow Jesus, we will not fall,
And out of the darkness, us He will call.

The darkness of the world has always been,
Disobedience to God; just plain sin!
They stumble and grope around in the dark,
But never to His Spirit, will they hark!

Jesus is the “Light”; He came for all men,
If you cannot see Him, please look again!
He waits so patiently at your heart’s door,
And only Jesus, your darkness can cure!
By: His servant, Connie Kramer Dec.28,1995 # 78
Scripture verses for above poem:
(Jn.1:4-13; Jn.3:15-21,36; Jn.5:24; Jn.24; Jn.14:6; Phil.2:15;
Ep.4:18; Ep.5:8; Is.59:10; Mt.6:22-23; 2 Co.4:4; 1 Jn.2:11; Rev.3:20)


Of the true church; Christ is the ‘Cornerstone’,
Only He for all our sins did atone.
Yet many refuse to build on this ‘Stone’,
They follow Satan, and Christ is not known.

God chose one ‘Cornerstone’; His one Son,
A sure foundation, for every one.
The ‘Head of the Corner’ is Christ our Lord,
Reject Him, and by God you’ll be scorned!

We must build on Christ, the ‘Chief Cornerstone’,
All else will fail, except Christ alone!
If you build on sand, it will wash away,
Don’t let Satan mislead with his deray.

Building on sand, is man’s works and deeds,
My friend, our God will never take heed!
If you reject the ‘Stone’, Christ, the Lord,
God will reject you, and to Hell discard.

This ‘Stone’ is precious, elect, and true,
He wants us to build on Him, me and you.
All who believe on Him are Heav’n bound,
And their name in the ‘Book’ shall be found!

If we fall on this ‘Stone’, and build on such,
Our works shall stand, our reward is much.
But he that builds on stubble, wood, or hay,
His works shall be burned, on ‘Judgment Day’.
By: His servant, Connie Kramer Feb.15,1996 # 129
Scripture verses for above poem:
(Ps.118:22; Is.28:16; Mt.21:42-44; Ac.4:11; Lu.20:18; 1 Co.3:11-15)


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 Feb17,1996 # 136
Scripture verses for above poem:
(Jn.14:6; Jn.10:10,27-30; Jn.15:11; Jn.16:24; 1 Jn.1:7; Ro.5:1; Ro.6:23;
Ep.2:14; Col.1:20; Phil.4:13)


Such precious thoughts in my mind so clear,
Thoughts of my Saviour, Jesus, so dear.
He left the peace and beauty of Heav’n,
Came to Earth, as Man; His life He hath giv’n.

Precious thoughts of His abiding love,
Giv’n to us by the Father above.
Pure, true love as this, is not known to man,
Redeeming our souls, ‘twas all God’s Plan.

Precious thoughts each day as He watches me,
I praise Him, that from sin, He’s set me free.
He lightens my path, as onward I go,
My Saviour loves me; this I know!

Such precious thoughts always give me chills,
‘Tis hard in His presence, to be still.
Knowing He is near, great comfort gives,
Greater comfort still; I know He lives!

Precious thoughts multiply, day after day,
He draws me closer in His loving way.
How I do adore and love my Lord,
And I know my prayers are always heard.

These precious thoughts of Christ linger on,
My very heart and soul He has won.
I’m so grateful for the life He gives,
Eternal life in Heav’n, where He lives!
By: His servant, Connie Kramer Feb.20,1996 # 140
Scripture verses for above poem:
(Jn.3:31; Jn.6:38,46-51; Jn.8:23,42; Jn.15:9,13; Jn.16:30; Gal.4:4;
Phil.2:8; 1 Tim.2:5; Ro.8:35; Ep.1:4-7; 1 Jn.3:16)


Jesus paid the full and total price,
His own sinless self did sacrifice.
He died on that Cross on Calv’ry’s path,
Only this great work relieved God’s wrath.

Jesus Work on the Cross; this alone,
For all our sins, did fully atone.
Never by works done by you and me,
Nothing we do pays sin’s penalty.

All have sinned ‘fore Almighty God,
None is righteous, as Earth they trod.
From all sin does God hide His holy Face,
Only ‘JESUS’ can bring us to His grace!

We must believe ALL that God does say,
And not try to find ‘another’ way!
In His ‘Book’ the record is good and true,
ONLY HIS SON can save and rescue.

“I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life,”
Friend, without Jesus, you shall have strife.
NO ONE gets to the Father in Heav’n,
Except by His Son, whom He hath giv’n.

Just Jesus, alone, not one thing more,
Will get you to that Heav’nly shore.
Nary a work; nor person so great,
Will get you a passport to Heav’n’s gate.

You must accept Jesus, He alone,
For no one else, your sins can atone!
If you won’t believe God; He gives Hell,
And there for eternity, you shall dwell.
By: His servant, Connie Kramer Feb.26,1996 # 151
Scripture verses for above poem:
(Mt.26:28; Mt.27:46; Heb.7:25-27; Heb.9:11-12,22-24; Heb.10:10-12;
Ro.3:23; 1 Jn.5:10-12; 2 Pet.2:4-9; Jn.14:6)


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; Jn.14:6,27; Jn.7:43; Jn.:16; Lu.12:51-53
Ro.5:10-11; Mt.10:35-38; Jn.21:15)


When troubles come and burden you,
Jesus is near, and always true!
Life will at times seem hard to bear,
But Jesus is near, and He does care!

The burdens we bear in our life,
Other folk have known, as their strife.
We must cope with what God sends our way,
Jesus is near, He’ll brighten our day!

Heartaches and sorrows plague us all,
Jesus is near, He’ll not let us fall!
We’re to count as joy, all our grief,
For Jesus is near, to grant relief!

Staunch faith can quell our sharpest pain,
Each hurt is a step to Heav’n’s domain.
Jesus is near, to grant us aid,
If we’re weary, forlorn, or afraid.
By: His servant, Connie Kramer May 22,1997 # 336
Scripture verses for above poem:
Mt.8:17; Mt.11:28-30; Is.53:4; Lu.11;13; Jn.10:28; Jn.15:9;
Jam.1:2-4,17; Heb.12:5,11; 1 Pet.1:7; 1 Pet.4:12;
Ro.8:35-39; Ac.17:27; Jer.23:23-24)


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: His servant, Connie Kramer May 23,1997 # 337
Scripture verses for above poem:
(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; Jn.5:24; Jn.14:6)


If you don’t have Jesus in your heart,
Evil and wickedness won’t depart!
You are simply the old devil’s pawn,
Just Jesus, can make all sins be gone!

If you don’t have Jesus, you are lost,
Did you ever consider the cost?
Jesus in your heart, makes all things new,
You He will change, you’ll have a diff’rent view.

With Jesus in your heart, you’ll be blest,
He’ll give joy, and peace, and perfect rest!
Out with the old ways, in with the new,
Just Jesus, can make a whole new you!

With Jesus in your heart, things do change,
Just Jesus, your life can re-arrange.
From selfish and proud; to giving and meek,
From running from God; now Him you seek!

With Jesus in your heart, things are bright,
All darkness is gone; now there is “Light”.
Eternal life on Heav’n’s blissful shore,
Just Jesus can do all this, and more!
By: His servant, Connie Kramer June 9,1997 # 353
Scripture verses for above poem:
(Eze.11:19; 2 Co. 4:16; 2 Co.5:17; Gal.6:15; Ep.4:17-32;
Ps.51:10; Ro.12:2; Col.3:10; Tit.3:5; 1 Jn.5:1;
Jn.1:12-13; Jn.3:3-8,15-18; 1 Pet.1:23)


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; Ro.8:6-8; Ep.1:22; Ep.4:17-32; Ep.5:1-7;
Jn.3:15-18; Jn.14:1-6,27; Jn.16:13; Jn.18:37)


If there were no door; we’d not enter Heav’n,
But by God’s precious grace, a “DOOR” He’s giv’n.
Serenity, blissful peace, and much more,
Await in Heav’n, when we go thru’ the “DOOR”.

If we don’t use God’s “DOOR”, we can’t go in,
This “DOOR” is God’s Son, who’ll remove our sin.
Heav’n was made perfect by the Creator,
If you want to go, you must use the “DOOR”.

Jesus is the “DOOR”, and the only one,
Heav’n can be entered, by Him alone!
Our loving Saviour, whom we should adore,
Wants you in Heaven, and He is the “DOOR”.
By: His servant, Connie Kramer June 27,1997 # 360
Scripture verses for above poem:
(Jn.10:7; Jn.14:6; Ro.5:2; Ep.2:18; Heb.9:8; Heb.10:19-20)


The road of life is rough and bumpy,
And at times it’s surely hard to see.
No matter how dark, there is a ‘Light’,
Christ will help us with His pow’r and might.

The way is unseen but not unsure,
With the pow’r of Christ, you will endure.
As we travel on the path unknown,
Trust Jesus, and the way will be shown.

Will the day ahead bring joy or sorrow?
We cannot tell; only He does know.
We may suffer in our hour of pain,
But the pow’r of Christ with us remains.

We should run to Christ, never away,
For He gives pow’r that we should not sway.
Trials and temptations; they will come,
But He’ll help with them all, one by one.
By: His servant, Connie Kramer July 7,1997 # 366
Scripture verses for above poem:
Lu.1:79; Lu.6:48; Deut.8:3,5; Ps.23; Ps.48:14; Ps.73:24; Jn.16:13
Is.30:21; Is.42:16; 2 Co.4:17; Heb.12:11; 1 Pet.1:7; 1 Pet.4:12)


He was a Man of humility,
He left Heav’n’s glory, for you and me.
Scorned and despised by most men,
Friend, this will never happen again!

He was a Man of great suffering,
He bled and died, salvation to bring.
Died on that Cross, for me, and for you,
He had a special love, deep and true.

He was a Man, absolutely pure,
The perfect Lamb of God; our Saviour.
Just He can cleanse us with His precious Blood,
Kneel at the Cross; experience that Flood!

He is a Man of great dignity,
He’s KING OF KINGS; He’s nobility!
Highest in honor; He’s LORD OF LORDS,
Christ Jesus, worthy to be adored.

He is a Man of wondrous glory,
The One who holds Heaven’s only ‘key’.
Worship, adoration, radiant praise,
To this Man, our God, gratefully raise.
By: His servant, Connie Kramer July 10,1997 # 367
Scripture verses for above poem:
(Mt.11:29; 2 Co.10:1; 1 Pet.2:23; Heb.1;2-3; Heb.4:15; Heb.10:12;
2 Co.5:21; Is.ch.53; Jn.1:29; Jn.15:13; 1 Co.5:7; 1 Pet.1:19; 1 Pet.2:22; Ep.5:2; Tit.2:14; Rev.1:5; Rev.19:16; Mt.28:18; Ep.1:22; 1 Pet.3:22)


Satan stands firm in accusing me,
Of all my sins and iniquities.
But I need not worry ‘bout my fate,
For in Heav’n, I have an Advocate!

Satan accuses with mighty roars,
But he’ll never keep me from Heav’n’s door.
My Advocate always takes my side,
I’m secure, what ever may betide!

The devil accuses constantly,
I’m weak, and full of iniquity.
But my Advocate by me does stand,
An ultimate blessing, O so grand!

Satan’s accusations never quit,
But the Blood of Jesus does acquit.
My Advocate the Father will hear,
With Him on my side, I’ve nought to fear!

Tho’ Satan accuses, I have won,
The Father findeth no wrong I’ve done!
My wondrous Advocate stands up for me,
Frees me from sins and iniquity!

Tho’ my disquieted foe accuses,
God won’t hear him, He simply refuses.
Satan names all my sins, one by one,
Christ’s Blood paid for them all; I have won!
By: His servant, Connie Kramer July 31,1997 # 378
Scripture verses for above poem:
(Rev.12:10; Job 1:9-11; Job 2:7; Zec.3:1; Mt.4:1-11; Mt.13:19,38,39; Jn.8:44; Jn.13:2; Jn.17:11; 1 Pet.1:5; 5:7-8; 1 Jn.2:1; 2 Tim.1:12; Jude 24; Heb.2:17; 4:14-15; 5:5; 7:25-27; 8:1; 10:19-23)


The ‘crown’ His precious Head did adorn, . . . Jn.19:2; Mk.15:17
Was made from a vine He made, of thorns.. . .. Gen.1:11
He made the forest and that special tree, . . . . Heb.1:1-2
Upon which He hung, in sheer agony. . . . .Jn.19:17-30

Nails were pounded in His feet and hands, . . . .Jn.20:25
That came from ore He made, in the land.. . . .Col.1:16
The Cross was then lifted straight and high,
On that hill He made, where He would die! . . . .Ep.3:9

High on that hill, that rugged Cross stood,
Where they shed our Saviour’s Precious Blood. . . . 1 Pet.1:19
Soldiers cast lots for His coat, unafraid, . . . Mt.27:35; Mk.15:24
Styled from materials, He had made.. . . Jn.1:3

The grave in which His Body was laid, . . . Jn.19:41
Was hewn from great rocks, His Hand had made. . . .1 Co.8:6
He rose, for death could not hold Him there, . . . .John Ch.20; Ep.1:20
Not one, to Him, can compare! . . . Phil.2:9; Lu.22:69; Col.3:1

He made the Throne where He is this day, . . . Heb.12:2
Where He’ll be eternally; always! . . . Deut.32:40; Ps.145:13; Lu.1:32-33; 2 P.1:11
A ‘Crown of Glory’ is now on His Brow, . . . .Jn.18:36; Rev.5:12; 17:14
And one sweet day, ALL to Him, will bow! . . . Is.45:23; Ro.14:11; Phil.2:10
By: His servant, Connie Kramer Mar.17,1998 # 465

‘Tis Not I

‘Tis not I, but Christ, working in me,
Giving me peace and serenity.
A wondrous feeling, deep down inside,
When I with my Lord, do abide!

‘Tis not I, but Christ, touching my heart,
Giving such joy that will not depart.
Awesome joy, knowing I’ll go to Heav’n,
When I abide in Christ, this joy is giv’n.

‘Tis not I, but Christ, who gets me thru’,
His wondrous grace will always rescue.
Christ Jesus has such astounding grace,
Abiding in Christ, helps win our race.

‘Tis not I, but Christ, who fulfills each task,
For He provides strength, when I do ask.
Wisdom and pow’r, He gives me each day,
When I abide in Christ, He shows the way.

‘Tis not I, but Christ, who makes me content,
Faith tells me, His grace is sufficient.
All my needs He’ll fulfill, a great promise,
When I abide in Christ, He’ll truly bless.
By: His servant, Connie Kramer Sept.26,1999 # 554


Your gentle nudges, I did not heed,
I truly thought: “You, I don’t need!”
Why should I give up those pleasing things?
That life in the ‘fast lane’ to me bring?

Gossip, cursing, lies, and blasphemy,
Cheating, stealing and immorality.
Drugs made me forget sorrow and pain,
Liquor, to me was such a great gain!

On my list, church was not number one,
Ball games and fishing were much more fun!
All night parties, with booze running free,
These were things, I wanted for me.

But Lord, You just kept tugging at my heart,
‘Twas plain; from these things I should depart!
But You let the choice completely up to me,
You’d not force me to turn from iniquity!

My soul seemed, to reach out to You,
My heart looked at life, from a diff’rent view!
Love from You was made, so very clear,
And I could feel Your Presence, ever so near!

Then into my heart, in a special way,
Willingly You came, that precious day!
When I opened the door, in You came,
Praise You Jesus, life is not the same!
By: His servant, Connie Kramer Oct. 17, 1999 # 566


In the quiet beauty of the night,
His Presence seems like a brilliant Light.
His purpose for me is clearly shown,
To the lost souls, make His Gospel known.

In the bustling confusion of the day,
His near Presence is with me always.
He plainly shows what He wants of me,
Try to change a lost soul’s destiny.

His near Presence, is encouraging,
All the day long, my heart wants to sing.
His purpose for me, He shows so clear,
Boldly bring His Gospel, with no fear.

His majestic Presence makes me glow,
‘Tis a privilege, my Saviour to know.
“Go ye therefore,” He clearly demands,
His desire: that I obey His command.

Tho’ persecution abound, far and near,
I must serve my Master, with no fear.
Man can hurt my body, but ne’er my soul,
For my Saviour, is always in control.

A far better thing, to be with my Lord,
Service to Him will bring great rewards.
His awesome Presence now, comfort brings,
As He rains on me, abundant blessings.
By: His servant, Connie Kramer Sept. 9, 2001 # 815


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; Jn.10:1-16; Jn.14:2-3, 6; Jn.15:1-5;
Ps.19:14; 1 Tim.6:15; Rev.19:16)


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

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