Any good Christian poems?

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Oct 31, 2019
Can anybody suggest any good Christian poems? Preferably Classic poems.


Well-known member
Jun 11, 2018
Hi @Avisanct, this is not a classic, but it's definitely Christian. Here's a poem called No Scar, by Missionary Amy Carmichael (which came to mind first because I've posted it here before).



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Dec 29, 2019
St. Louis
Lord we worship you and everything you do. Your love is astonishing! You fix broken hearts.
Your name is wonderful! You change lives! You turned the wrong to right! You made the day and night!
You are God! Your love is everlasting! You are better than everything! Thank you for love more abundantly.


Senior Member
Sep 21, 2016
Can anybody suggest any good Christian poems? Preferably Classic poems.
This was written in 1633 by George Herbert
It is a struggle and answer that can be experienced by most Christians.
The Collar
I struck the board, and cried, "No more;
I will abroad!
What? shall I ever sigh and pine?
My lines and life are free, free as the road,
Loose as the wind, as large as store.
Shall I be still in suit?
Have I no harvest but a thorn
To let me blood, and not restore
What I have lost with cordial fruit?
Sure there was wine
Before my sighs did dry it; there was corn
Before my tears did drown it.
Is the year only lost to me?
Have I no bays to crown it,
No flowers, no garlands gay? All blasted?
All wasted?
Not so, my heart; but there is fruit,
And thou hast hands.
Recover all thy sigh-blown age
On double pleasures: leave thy cold dispute
Of what is fit and not. Forsake thy cage,
Thy rope of sands,
Which petty thoughts have made, and made to thee
Good cable, to enforce and draw,
And be thy law,
While thou didst wink and wouldst not see.
Away! take heed;
I will abroad.
Call in thy death's-head there; tie up thy fears;
He that forbears
To suit and serve his need
Deserves his load."
But as I raved and grew more fierce and wild
At every word,
Methought I heard one calling, Child!
And I replied My Lord.

I love the image of ropes of sand. I especially love the comfort and God's embrace at the end.


Active member
Jan 12, 2020
“And though this world, with devils filled, should threaten to undo us, we will not fear, for God has willed His truth to triumph through us.
The Prince of Darkness grim, we tremble not for him; his rage we can endure, for lo, his doom is sure.
One little word shall fell him.”
-Martin Luther