Christian Poems

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At the Foot of the Cross

Here at the foot of the cross I stand.
I'm seeing the face of a broken-hearted man.
He went to that cross for you and me.
There He gave His life on Calvary's tree.

Because since the birth of man, there is sin.
Jesus was sent to open the hearts of men
To the desire to know of our Father's love
Who promised great mansions in heaven above.

Now is the time to let our Savior enter in.
We can't wait 'til too late for what might have been.
We can't say we are His because of works and deeds.
We must repent of our sins and do as our Savior leads.

So humble yourselves and get on your knees.
Look up to the cross, He will hear your pleas.
Such love has no other man than He
That He gave His life for you and me.

by Judy Crowe


I focus on a dove, the symbol of peace.
I focus on the light of God's own grace.
I focus on the heart that is filled with love.
I focus on my Jesus who suffered in disgrace.
I focus on the truth that He lives again.
He comes as the comforter to live in the heart of men.
I focus on the promise of His coming again when
The trumpet of the Lord shall sound and then
I focus on the time when all the dead in Christ shall rise
And we shall be caught up to meet Him in the skies.

by Judy Crowe

From Tomorrow to Yesterday

This Christian poem speaks of our ministry to others.

The Lord said to me one day:
Go see that new neighbor down the way.
Oh Lord, I said. Let me wait a little longer.
Maybe tomorrow, when my faith is a little stronger.
I know it should be done today,
But so many other things have come my way.

Well, I know that today is the tomorrow of yesterday
And I know as your child, I really should obey.
But, please Dear Lord, when I go, what will I say?
Please let me wait, just one more day.
Tomorrow will be much better I know,
Just give me tomorrow and I'll surely I'll surely go.

Well Lord, I've put it off long enough now.
Today, I go. I'll keep my vow.
What is that I hear? Sirens and close by!
The new neighbors house is on fire? But how and why?
They're trapped inside! What shall we do?
Why did I put it off, why didn't I go and tell them what I knew?

The tomorrow that never came is now yesterday
And the opportunity I had is gone away,
So are the new neighbors you wanted me to see,
Lost without Christ for all eternity.
And the tomorrow has come and went away.
But guilt of yesterday is here to stay.

by Judy Crowe

Home at Last

There is a glorious day coming.
It will surely not be long.
The trumpets are resounding
A joyful, triumphant song.

Hear yea... hear yea... hear yea!
The time is here at last.
Announcement of His coming,
Comes with trumpet blasts.

The glow lights the darkness
As His shining glory shows
And the called ones will be lifted
Where living water flows.

Can you hear the saints all shouting?
Those who have gone on before?
They're waiting for reunion
With their loved ones even more.

Oh what joy, oh what singing
In our heavenly home above.
We'll see our home eternal,
That our Savior told us of.

Can you hear that trumpet sounding?
Can you see the glowing skies?
Be ready for His coming,
For we shall surely rise.

A Christian poem by Judy Crowe

I Can Trust in Him

Must my life be filled with disappointment,
my every day with fears?
And my heart filled with sadness,
my eyes filled with tears?
Remember; someone walks beside me,
giving me assurance and asking me to be.
A gentle arm is wrapped around me,
raising my hope, helping me see:
Each time I feel lonely, when life grows dim,
There is a loving Savior, I can trust in Him.

by Judy Crowe

I Could Write a Book

I could write a book, Lord
About all the things you've done,
For keeping me in line Lord and
For the battles with Satan, won.

I could write a book Lord
About troubles you've kept me from
And even some I had to endure
To help me learn to overcome.

I could write a book Lord
And tell others to hang in there
For the road of life is really rough
But Lord, you make life easier to bear.

A Christian poem by Judy Crowe

More than the Sparrow

Have you noticed the sparrow? God does.
It is small in stature and very plain.
But let it fall from its comforting nest
He notices from where it falls to where it's lain.

If God will notice that little sparrow,
How much more are we worth to Him?
He watches over each of us as we fall,
As He did the ones before us, each of them.

You see, my God knows each hair on my head.
He knows when we are hurting with grief and pain.
He knows the storms that come along our way
And He knows when to send the sun in place of rain.

Yes, His eye that is focused on the sparrow,
To ever watching out for our every fall.
He patiently waits to hear our cry for help
And listens closely for us to, on Him call.

by Judy Crowe

Our Home

A house is a building where people live,
But a home is filled with love to give.
You are welcome here my dear friend
For the Lord lives here and he lets you in.

A Christian poem by Judy Crowe

Our Lord Is Coming

Our Lord is coming,
There is no doubt.
The trumpet will sound,
The angels will shout.

Are you ready to meet Him?
Are you cleansed from all your sin?
Will He say well done my child
Or will Satan have another win?

A Christian poem by Judy Crowe

Christian Poems Conclusion

These Christian poems would work well for church bulletins or other places people need a little encouragement.

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