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John 10:27-29 My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me: And I give unto them eternal life; and they shall never perish, neither shall any man pluck them out of my hand. My Father, which gave them me, is greater than all; and no man is able to pluck them out of my Father’s hand.
He Had You At Belief: A Collection of Christian Poetry
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John Riddle narrating the poems:
Poem Categories: Praise/Prayer= PP Teaching= DT Evangelistic= EG Testimonial = TM (Poem type is noted after each poem below)
Review: He Had You at Belief: A Collection of Christian Poetry
I enjoyed each and every poem. To the author, thank you for your transparency and openness; to the narrator, thank you for sharing your voice.
“He Had You at Belief is a must read!”
He Had You At Belief is the second Christian poetry collection written by Kari Greenaway. The theme of this book is belief. Her poetry is soothing to the spirits of those who read it. I want to highlight her poem “Stop Limiting Jesus” which is powerful and truthful. She
praises God in the poem and reminds believers that Jesus is not limited, but limitless. There’s nothing that Jesus can’t and won’t do for those who believe in Him and call upon His name. This book is for unbelievers who are seeking for the Savior as well as comfort. This book is also for believers who need a reminder of the awesomeness of God. I certainly was reminded by reading this poetry collection. This is a must read for believers and unbelievers alike!
I’m always seeking appropriate Christian, Bible and experienced based poetry to use with sermon applications or illustrations. It seems the illustrations remain in congregants minds much longer than the actual theological base of the sermon. The author is able to bring personal experience to verse in her well-done effort. A great resource for my pastoral tool box.