Life After Death Poetry
At times we all get sad, lonely and/or discouraged and these are just a few words of fact that can lift our Spirit and our eyes to the Glorious Truth!
This is dedicated to John Bradshaw a hero, soldierfor god and our country. We lost him a few months ago and only God knows why. But Gods gift to us were the 18 years of Johns life, the love he showed to all of us and his Faith in God.
Mom passed away 1 year after lung cancer diagnosis. We, the children, took care of her at home taking turns until 3 days before passing. We are looking forward to eternal life in heaven together thanks to our Savior, Jesus Christ!!
I wrote this for my husband's grandmother on the day she passed away. It seemed to comfort her and I hope it does for you as well.
this is about me losing my son 8 months ago to an accidental overdose because of an Illness.
My precious cousin was handicap and fought her whole life to make it on her own. She was sweet and soft and loved all the good things on Earth. Now she is in a perfect body and happy and healthy in Heaven....What a peace we have......Our God is so
Reflections on our divine appointment
We believers know the road to heaven is a narrow
God sometime create little miracle, all you must do is ask. Never worry because God will take them in His hand where their is everlasting life
This poem is a beautiful poetry about what can happens after death.
A dear man I met took such wonderful care of his precious wife who was getting very feeble... The first poem Our Journey was about them taking care of her the 2nd is about her passing today.....
passing of mom or dad
We always think there will be a tomorrow, what if there is not? What are you willing to do right now about your future?
funeral or bereavement
This poem was written for a friend that was murdered by her husband in a domestic violence situation. I miss her deeply. I wrote this for her in remembrance.
I LOST MY MOM ABOUT 12 WEEKS AGO,AND THE PAIN IS SOMETIMES UNBEARABLE.
The day we are working towards. When we walk with our Savior
Although Christ went to the cross it was death that lost its sting.
This is about the joy of seeing Jesus face-to-face in Heaven. It is about the ultimate will of God.
A small child was taken to soon by a unruly world. I know the Lord holds her in the palm of his hand.
to my baby sister
After watching the story of this young man being found after 5 years gave me hope that we all can find a resting place awaiting us. The voice of his parents were so filled with love and conviction in knowing their son was home in the arms of our Lord
I need only Jesus
Satan appears as an angel of light
What a wonderful day that will be!
This poem is in memory of my mother Irma that went to be with Jesus in Dec. 2006. She passed away of ovarian cancer that she had for 4 years.
This poem was written to my mother and read to her and at her funeral. She went to be with Jesus in Dec. of 2006
The times of feeling disconnected to God for me is a fate worst than death, but he has restored my soul once again.......
Where Are You Going
When A Believer Passes On
deliverance of the just
wrath of God
Written in honor of a neighbor & friend ( to her family) as she waits to go home with Jesus.
In honor of our son's best friend who passed away at an early age of 18.
The bird struggles in its cage, the heart in the rib cage, the new believer in the church - all struggling to submit to the truth.
Written for those who have recently had a loved one go
This poem is encourages loved ones to be sorrowful but celebrate one's death.
The lost of your child
It's my late Mother's birthday and it's true I miss her so, & it is on this very day my Gabriel chose to go...
I wrote this after my Dad died on May 7th 2004
I wrote this poem while in a mental institute and after I renewed my faith and commitment to Jesus.
This poem refers to comfort for those I leave behind that they may know I will be with God.
Believers In Heaven
Can you imagine the Souls bound for Hell....Oh how they would want to warn their loved ones......
about husbands mother going home after a long sruggle
wrote for my husband on the loss of his beautiful mother
Sad Sad day when there is no time left to change and turn to God.........
What will you say?
Written for a friend who lost her baby and how God gave her strength....
This story was told to me the night of the visitation for my mom. It helped me look at her laying there in a whole different light. I hope it helps others as they face this sad time. We are blessed to have Christian families. We will see them aga
A little glimpse of heaven.
After watching the joy on someones face as they knew they were going to meet their Saviour. The peace that came over them and the love in the room, I felt the love of Christ and wondered how could any one doubt life after death.
God does not give Satan power over death.
An encouraging poem about what God has done for me and how he has given me hope to look forward to in the end.
Coping with the death of a loved one can be very difficult. Take courage in knowing that the Father is there to carry you through and to see that renewed soul into eternal and glorious life.
Written for my Nana!
"Today is Mother's death-date and it's quite alright with me, in years past I have wept and mourned, but now I've been set free..."
Don't choose to go to hell.
God's people don't need to fear death.
Absent In The Body
DEDICATED TO MY LORD AND SAVIOR JESUS CHRIST
Only two gates to choose from! You must choose the right one to gain Heaven. How will you know which is the right one?
A day when Jesus returns for us.
The Christian's hope because of Christ's triumph over death and the grave!
By our Faith through His Grace, He saves us.
All believers day of rejoicing.
The return of Jesus Christ for us and the Marriage feast of the Lamb.
We Look foward unto our day of rejoicing.
God has given sufficient warning that judgment is coming. How will you fare?
Death is not the end of things, but for a Christian, is the very best of things... eternal life with our Savior!!!
It's January 23rd, a day I love and hate, mixed emotions come upon me on today, your natal date...
Greetings to comfort those who've lost loved ones.
Life is not worth living if Heaven is not your ultimate destiny.
I wrote this for a friend whose twelve year old was losing her battle with cancer.
How I believe, that we are re-incarnated till our purpose on earth is fullfilled then the glories of heaven belong to us. I know it is a little
Before my Mother died Daddy always had a smile, Fun-loving, playful, upbeat ~
This poem was taken directly from 2 Peter 3:3-14, and is about scoffers in the Last Days!
In memory of a relative I hope to know better in heaven.
I wrote this one year after my grandmother died.
This is a tribute to the loving Mother that God blessed me with, and the confidence that we will be together again.
A poem written and dedicated to those I leave behind, when finally I get to cross over to the other side of the realm.
"She visits him at midnight when no one ever sees, she walks the path by streetlight which filters thru the trees..."
"Dear Lord, got nuthin' speshul, jest wanna chat with Yew...got nuthin' in this whole wide world thet I would druther dew..."
"I've gotten used to missing you, my grief's begun to ease; I don't sit down to write you notes or phone to shoot the breeze..."
The choices you make in this life will decide you fate
My son was on life support the last 6 days before he died. Most of the nurses were quite cold, convinced that he would die. One darling of a nurse helped me through, and cried along with me.
After the death of a child, it is hard to talk to others about what you are feeling. People think you should be father along than you are, and cannot understand your grief lasting so long. this poem is about what a grieving mom would really like to say to
This is about my cousin Andrea who went to be with Jesus.
Hope of life after death
Life after death...what else?
A poem about how I see heaven. What I beleive heaven is like.
This is a poem written for my son Joshua, who died January 18, 2002. He suffered brain damage and was on life support for 6 days before he died. This poem is about those 6 days.
A childhood lost cannot be retreived. Even so, there is a life in Christ that lifts us all above what was and what is.
"How much did your money cost you? Was the ladder of wealth hard to climb?..."
For *cherished* pets will wait for us in heavenly homes above, when God asks what they found below & their answer is, "Love!"
"Once, deep within a shady glen where caterpillars roam..."
"I would have given the sun, the moon, and all that love could buy her..."
"A year has passed and still you grieve, the tears flow down your face; you miss her voice, you miss her laugh, no one can take her place..."
"Her guardian angel loved her, maybe even more than I..."
Written in Loving Memory of a Very Special Person & a Very Special Friend...Khalid ShahidMay 3, 1976 September 11, 2001Just as you were loved, so shall you be missed.
A poem about the joyous wedding of Jesus and his bride the church.
A poem about the jewels in the walls of the heavenly city.
Christians have nothing to fear as they face death.
This poem was written in memory of my lovely niece Amanda Paige
THE GREATEST SACRIFICE OF ALL
On the morning of our miscarriage ~ I wrote the following prayer ~ as a memorial to our baby.
This poem was written for my son, Dale.
Having a miscarriage when I was younger was one of my hardest expierences. My salvation was believing that one of God's Angels needed a child to love.
Short reflection on life, death and eternity.
This is about the meeting with Jesus.
I wrote this poem in an effort to help myself & my kids cope with the death of a loved one.
I dedicate this in memory of my darling daughter who passed away in 1960.
I wrote this poem when my son died.
My constant will to die some time ago led me to these poems. Writing and poring out my words so someone would here!
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