Christian Halloween Poems | Christian Poems About Halloween
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The full moon arises on All Hallows night,
Casting its glow and beautiful light,
Shining its beacon on the souls of the dead,
As the moans and cries of the prayers are said.
Copyright © Faith Follower | Year Posted 2015
Honored and hallowed be the name of God on this night also
And may the life and safety of children everywhere be realized
Laughter and fun, joy and kindness; may you rule the whole night through!
Love and respect, sweet candies and sweet people; shine bright and strong!
Open every package and bars of treats, with never a sign of ill will or evil intent
We, at our church, have set aside a special night to treat and sweeten the kids
Each child is a part of His plan, and is the object of His great love and affection
Every child, red and yellow, black, brown, and white are precious in His sight
Noise and laughing tonight! let there be bright lights tonight! it’s the night of saints!
10132016 Acrostic form, PS Contest, Halloween Night, Nayda Negron
Copyright © curtis johnson | Year Posted 2016
They say it’s the night of demons and the devil,
Yet little children run free scaring strangers
And knocking doors, receiving bribes to go next door;
They say it’s a night when the devil roams free
Well he ain’t coming anywhere near me!
I have a Light that’s brighter than night,
I have the Light that emanates from heaven
The Light of the World that scares the devil
And sends him and his demons scuttling back to hell;
And the Light of the World sets my heart free
As I watch for the day the Light becomes real to us all,
They say it’s the night the devil roams the streets,
Well I have the Light that gives the devil a fright
And my Light’s alright, so no night of fright for me!
Copyright © Stephen Gregory | Year Posted 2016