Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Welcome to One Man's Heart!

(Please listen to this short audio first)

Welcome to "One Man's Heart", thank you for stopping by. I hope you will be encouraged and stirred by the content. This is the beginning of a dream coming to fruition. What you will find here now, and in the weeks to come, are excerpts from the book of poetry that I have written by the same title. I would love to see this book published and available to thousands of believers across the country. If you see some value in this effort and you would like to be a blessing to me and my family and help make my dream a reality, simply click on the donate button in the right sidebar where you can securely give to this project. No amount is too small, what ever the Lord lays on your heart will be greatly appreciated.  I believe that God has given me the ability to create these works to be shared with other believers. So with that in mind, here we go....

For as long as I can remember, I have been making up rhymes.
Whenever something moves me or speaks to my heart, my mind responds with poetry. Unfortunately, until a few years ago, I never thought to save much of what I had written. Now, at this point in my life, it seems prudent to begin to journal these things so that the gift that God has given me might be a blessing to others down the road. With that in mind, I began this journaling journey that I have chosen to call “One Man’s Heart”. It truly is a work in progress, in more ways than one. My prayer is that something I have written might speak something special to someone else. I do want to make this one disclaimer, I am just a sinner saved by grace and I in no way see myself as some wise advisor on life and spiritual matters. These are only the thoughts and ponderings of one man’s heart, however, the scripture verses that are included are indeed the living Word of God and they are always profitable. I hope that you enjoy the poetry and that you are encouraged to walk closer to Christ. God bless you and thank you from the bottom of my heart. 

(Catch the heart of the poet by listening to each selection using the audio controls.  Click on the Blog Archive for each poem available)