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Cinquain God Poems | Cinquain Poems About God

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Jesus my pillar

       
                          Jesus
                     Perfect, holy
          Watching,shielding,guiding
 Strength and courage during hard times
                           Pillar


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Jehovah

Jehovah
Lord God
Loving, Saving, Judging
He loves us/ Jesus
God


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Worthy

Worthy
Upright, holy
Deserving ardent praise
Behold my heavenly Father
Fearsome.


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Faith, Greater Than Religion

We don’t Have to choose sides For what’s most important Is the soul’s purity and faith In God.


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LOOK UP BELIEVERS



Wake up
To a new day
Leave yesterday behind
Forget all about your troubles
And cares

Dress up
With confidence
Make sure you look the part
Your first impressions are always
The best

Shut up
When you need to
Remember old saying
It's two eyes and only one mouth
Have you

Stand up
So proud and tall
For what you believe in
Don't be swayed by other beliefs
Stand firm

Look up
And remember
That our God sees all things
Nothing at all can be hidden
From Him

Reach up
And grasp all that
Has been offered to you
It is yours for the taking
And now

Lift up
Your voice in praise
To God our Creator
For all that He has done for you
Praise Him


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Boreas God of the North Wind

Boreas, God of the North Wind Wind god Boreas…god Of Winter and North Wind Swept down from cold northern mountains of Thrake He blew Cold icy gusts Of breath from bloated cheeks Hair and beard spiked with ice, wide mouth Howling Sometimes Seen as horse-shaped Purple-winged swift stallion He swept down on mares early spring To sire Horses For King of Troy Mated with Trojan mares Fathered the swift, wind-shaped stallions For him He found King of Athens’ Daughter, Oreithyia In riverside meadow, playing, Dancing Enthralled by her dancing And struck with mad desire He abducted her to the sky To wed Hid her In soft white clouds Their love seeded daughter Khione, beautiful goddess Of Snow Sons, the Boreades, Chased away the Harpies That threatened the King Phineus Of Thrake Athens Celebrated Boreas Festivals Praising him, the god of the cold North Wind December 16, 2014 Contest: Gods of Winds Sponsor: Shadow Hamilton Website used for research: http://www.theoi.com/Titan/AnemosBoreas.html _________________________________________________________________ Pronunciations: Boreas (vaw reh aas) Thrack (thrak) Oreithyia (aw ree thee aa) Khione (key own knee) Boreades (vaw reh ad es) Phineus (finn ee us)