Life is a continuous poem. The third chapter of the journey continues with the poetry of one mans life. The good days and the bad days have been written about in his fi rst two books. As he continues on his journey with God, his desire to know God in a deeper way continues. Inspired by Bible passages from Revelation, the Gospel of John, 1 Peter, Galatians, Matthews Gospel, 1 and 2 Timothy, Ephesians, Jeremiah, Micah, 2 Corinthians, Hebrews, Philippians, Psalms, and everyday life, the trust in his faith in God allows poetry to become a searching of his soul. Poems about his life that he never though he could write, much less talk about, have now been written. They are now an open book for all to read. This is a journey that others have followed as it was written and, at times, have seen themselves in the poetry. The poems are about despair and what God repaired; they are about the joy of understanding Gods written word; they are about the hope we all can have through Gods son, Jesus; they are about our yesterdays, our todays, and our tomorrows living as children of God; they are poems of praise to God for his blessings. His hope is that the reader fi nds hope in the poetry of his daily life.
Life is a continuous poem. As the poems continue, so does the journey. One day, the journey led him to a fork in the road-- one sign pointing to the world and the other sign to the way, the truth, and the life. He is still on the road he took leading to the way, the truth and the life. However, a strange thing happened on this journey. The road he took led him through the world. But he was not afraid. Having seen the world through his eyes, he was now seeing it through the eyes of God. Having seen today, he could see tomorrow. Oh sure, he stumbled and he fell, but there was always a hand reaching out to pick him up and brush him off. There was always a smile that told him he was loved. These pages are the poems of his journey, one that continues still. Maybe it's yours.
Life is a continuous poem. Through the good times, the bad times, and the times in between, life is poetry. Although it may not always rhyme, our emotions, our thoughts, our wandering, our searching, and especially the answers are the poetry of our lives. God's Rhyme is the poetry on one man's life from the joy of salvation, through the joys and sorrow of everyday life, to the search for a deeper relationship with his God. For those who have found salvation through Jesus, you may find your life in these poems. As Christians, we are not perfect, but we have God's promise of eternal salvation. Maybe you have wandered from the path God has set before you. Maybe you need to know that you are not alone. God's Rhyme will let you know that you are not alone. Maybe you are looking for answers about the life of a Christian. You have seen us in the workplace and so many other places and wonder what we have or wonder why we aren't better people. Your answer may be on the pages of God's Rhyme. Wherever you are in your life, know that God loves you.