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Writing this poetry, can
be a cathartic process;
it allows me to explore…
all that’s within me. By
doing so, I am able, to
uncover the inner finesse

that He has placed inside
me. Simultaneously, I am
clearly pushed outside of
my comfort level; between
sharing my work, finding
what’s in me and The Lamb’s

expectation… of my heart,
I find the experience of
writing extremely humbling
and satisfying. Hopefully,
my poetry’s quality will  
improve, as I voice Love…

from my human perspective.
Author notes
  
Inspired by:
Psa 2

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By Joseph J. Breunig 3rd, © 2018, All rights reserved.
Without the Presence of Yahweh,
we’re essentially nothing; we
temporarily possess His breath
and He rightfully expects us…
to be productive. When His sway

over us is evident, we produce
actions… based in Love. The
consistent and ongoing things
we do, show the trustworthiness
of our character. Can we deduce

the trajectory of our ongoing
maturation of our Faith? No;
our arrogance of knowing would
deter our path of humility! So
we go… forward, transforming

our lives… under God’s power!
Author notes

Dedicated to: Dyanna Co Pacunana
  
Inspired by:
Psa 8:4-6; Acts 17:28  and

Love is nothing without action.
Trust is nothing without proof.
Sorry is nothing without change.
-Dyanna Co Pacunana

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By Joseph J. Breunig 3rd, © 2018, All rights reserved.
As I, approach the twilight
of my existence, my days are
akin to an evening shadow; I
am withered, like the grass
that’s overgrown. The plight

of my humanity, is not new;
further discussions can only
reveal the severe vanity of
self-wallowing in such mundane
thoughts. The morning’s dew

and dawn greets me, with great
expectations; His latest batch
of new mercies floods my soul.
I’m filled with His contentment,
as Death impatiently awaits…

my eventual, earthly demise.
Author notes

Dedicated to David Thane Cornell.

Inspired by:
Psa 102:11; Job 8:9; Lam 3:22-23

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By Joseph J. Breunig 3rd, © 2018, All rights reserved.
The glorious power of Christ’s
crucifixion transcends… all
thoughts of Human reasoning;
for the slender portion of one
drop of His blood provides Life

Everlasting to any man, willing
to humble himself, to ask for
forgiveness and to confess his
dependence on Yahweh. We’re not
worthy of the continual flowing

of His Mercy and Grace, without
a relationship with Him! Selah!
Everyday, each born-again child,
that is filled with gratitude
and thankfulness, should shout:

Thank You, Lord, for my redemption
and the wondrous gift of Salvation!
Author notes

Dedicated to: Pastor Ken Davidson
  
Inspired by:
John 3:16; Lam 3:22-23  and

The most slender portion of Christ
is more than sufficient to meet the
greatest need of any man.
-Pastor Ken Davidson  
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By Joseph J. Breunig 3rd, © 2018, All rights reserved.
How can I, look within
myself, to discover the
hidden dimensions of…
my soul? Can unwanted,
lasting affects of sin

keep me forever blinded?
Can my human aspirations
of love, truth, beauty,
joy and fulfillment be
attained? An unrequited

relationship with Yahweh
strongly implies that His
Light isn’t present, for
others to see. So I must
be aware of what He says

about me; I’ve been made
uniquely in His Image,
an expression of His Love.
If I can be stilled, won’t
I find God and be swayed…

by the reality of Him?
Author notes
  
Inspired by:
Gen 1:27; Psa 46:10

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By Joseph J. Breunig 3rd, © 2018, All rights reserved.
The importance of our proper
attitude can’t be overstated;
are we, blessed children or a
sad bunch of spectral paupers,

unable to see our identity in
Christ? Do we understand, what
it means to be… humbled? Are
we, naively carrying our sins,

to justify our sense of guilt?
Are we willing to repent and
turn away from our wickedness?
Or do we prefer the soft silt

of Death… to cover our bones?
Author notes
  
Inspired by:
2 Chr 7:14; Gen 3:19; Eccl 8:8

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By Joseph J. Breunig 3rd, © 2018, All rights reserved.
Most everyone understands,
the many cultures of human
violence; even sadder, is
the reluctant acceptance…
of evil. Veils of darkness
will hide the return of One,
as a thief… in the night.
  
Panic will erupt, as hands
are raised in fear; people
will be seeking answers, as
concerns of peace and safety
are gone. Missing Christians
from around this World, will
spark new debates; His Light
  
may scare the hell of those…
left behind; soon others will
realize the implications of a
mass exodus of believers and
the crisis of Faith; they’ll
have to reevaluate their weak
positions regarding God. Can
  
they now overcome sin? Clothes
will be torn in anguish, as the
pressure of Faith increases.
Will some find comfort, knowing
that may be killed for new Faith
or will they remain steadfast…
in their, ongoing lust for Man?
Author notes
  
Inspired by:
1 Thes 5:1-28; 2 Cor 4:4

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By Joseph J. Breunig 3rd, © 2018, All rights reserved.
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