Biblical Borders

Faith has borders
Without works, it’s dead

Grace has borders
None to the proud, but the humble instead

Salvation has borders
For sure a narrow road

Hope has borders
An anchor for my soul

Forgiveness has borders
Do this to others and you’ll be free

Relationships have borders
Respect and dignity

I believe the only one who went beyond all boundaries
Is God the Father when He sent His son
To die and rise again for you and me

Dversepoets.com prompt is borders.

About Mary (tqhousecat)

I am a wife and a mother of two grown children. I love Jesus and sharing my faith through written words. I currently have a poetry blog and also write on medium.com. My main focus is hope in Christ. I only wish that whoever reads this will be blessed, inspired and occasionally amused.
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12 Responses to Biblical Borders

  1. Grace says:

    Love the perspective specially: Forgiveness has borders
    Do this to others and you’ll be free

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  2. rules and regulations. 🙂 This is a wonderful poem.

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  3. A wonderful perspective that make borders comforting

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  4. maria says:

    Amen to this.

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  5. Lovely – ‘respect and dignity’ such important borders, not to be crossed!

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  6. Frank Hubeny says:

    I liked description of borders about “grace”: “None to the proud, but the humble instead” Good point about the borderlessness of God.

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  7. So very true Mary. Love the perspective of borders on different themes in life. I especially love the line, “Hope has borders an anchor for my soul.” Lovely writing indeed.

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  8. Wonderfully expressed. Christ came to unite all people into one Body. May the borders between different people cease, and may we know the love God has for each and every person.

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  9. GGMandy says:

    Such beautiful words and thoughts put together wonderfully. I’ve never been able to do much poetry. I guess I have to think too hard for that! ha!

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