Fire Away!

“Who is this?”  Matthew 21:10
“Do You hear what these are saying?”  Matthew 21:16
“By what authority are You doing these things?”  Matthew 21:23

When Jesus entered Jerusalem, everyone had questions.

Thank You, Lord, for being the answer for us all.  And here’s a simple poem. . .

Questions and Answers

Who is this? A teacher, a prophet?
– No, it is the Christ.
What does it mean? A change of government?
– No, it means new life.
Does He hear them calling,  Son of David?
– Oh yes, He has heard, for it was prophesied.
And whose authority is He under?
– His Holy Father’s, Whom He glorifies!

Is there something you want to ask Jesus today?


  1. It will mean a change of government
    one day 🙂
    This is a nice one

  2. Oh . . .I like that! 🙂 Take cares! Miss your poems . . .

  3. Deb, You are on a roll this week! Another truly awesome poem. Not that you don’t always write great poems, so maybe it’s me, but they just seem to really be speaking to me this week. 🙂 He is truly glorified by this question and answer session. Peace, Linda

  4. “No, it means new life.” Amen! 🙂

  5. stopping by to say hello 🙂 glad you are keeping up the writing!

  6. And so she inspires me to try:

    Who is this man who calms the sea?
    My Lord, and God said Thomas – he.

    Who cannot pass by hurt or pain
    but must reach out, cannot abstain

    Who is this God who walked this earth?
    Lamb of God slain, who gives me worth

    See how inspiring your poems are.

    Thank you


  7. So do yours, Linda! I think we are having one of those Spirit connections. 🙂 God bless you and thanks!

  8. Yay! If ever anyone needed a new life, it was me! 🙂

  9. Thanks for checking on me! You are too sweet! 🙂

  10. I knew you could do poetry! 🙂 Wow! Thank you for blessing us with those wonderful lines. Love it! Especially the “cannot pass by hurt or pain”.

  11. I have been asking God actually
    how this wonderful woman
    can come up with awesomist poem everyday
    that keeps on touching me.
    And somehow He lets me know,
    “It’s all in her heart lady”.
    I’m blessed to know you Deb!

  12. That’s funny, I thought I was the one blessed to know you! 🙂 I wonder about these “poems” sometimes . . .ha! But as long as He keeps me at it, I’ll keep trying! God bless you, sweet ray of sunshine smiles!

  13. I had a professor in college once who said that good writing is a matter of Simplicity, Clarity, Beauty, & Power.

    But you, Debbie, are a great writer.

    Thank you, as always, for your hope and encouragement.

  14. Thanks Nor . . you made me blush. teehee! But, seriously, I’m not great. God is though! 🙂 I think what I am is steady. Simple and steady. And some days God adds more to that, so that it speaks to someone’s heart. For that, I am so blessed! 🙂 Thank you for your support and for teaching us how to look for the sunrise.

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