Spiritual Poems

Spiritual Poems about Life and After Death

God is truly man's best friend on this earth. No one loves like He. No one cares like He. He is patient and true and waits with open arms for us to return to Him in truth. God is also the greatest mystery. We believe that he is all powerful and capable of doing anything and yet there is suffering in the world. On the other hand there is an inherent goodness in mankind which seems to echo God's goodness. We look up to him in gratefulness, and shake our fists at Him in anger. He fills the world and yet the world is not his place. The mystery of God.

10 Best Spiritual Poems

  1. Spiritual Poems about Nature His Presence By Alora M. Knight

    Awareness Of God

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  2. Religious Poems A Woman For All Times By Lenora McWhorter

    Woman Of God

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  3. Spiritual Poems about Death To Our Ellis By Pamela A. Snow

    Mother Explains Heaven To Her Dying Son

    • Stories 24
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  4. God Poems God At Work By Abimbola T. Alabi

    Inspiring Reminder To Trust God

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  5. Spiritual Poems about Death You Are Never Alone By Susan C Walkinshaw-Kelly

    Life After Death

    • Stories 1
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  6. Spiritual Poems about Death If You See My Mom In Heaven By Jac Judy A. Campbell

    Poem About Mom In Heaven

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  7. Spiritual Poems about Death Life Beyond By Susan C Walkinshaw-Kelly

    • Stories 8
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  8. God Poems My Angel By James Polk

    Poem About Forgiveness And Love

    • Stories 5
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  9. Spiritual Poems about Death If You See My Dad In Heaven By Jac Judy A. Campbell

    Memorial Poem For Dad

    • Stories 8
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  10. God Poems Every Scar Has A Story By Kristina M. DeCarlo

    Poem About How God Worked In My Life

    • Stories 6
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Prayer is communication between man and God. A family that incorporates prayer into their lifestyle are giving the ultimate gift to themselves. Life is difficult and suffering is an inevitable part of life. A family that prays knows that they can turn to God and be accepted and loved for who they are. Every human being needs to turn to God with his or her triumphs and failures and know that life is meaningful. A family that prays together has the ultimate support system.
  1. Teach Me, Lord

    Prayer Asking To Be Taught By God

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  2. This Brand New Day

    A Morning Prayer

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  3. A Gentle Breeze

    Power Of Prayer Poem

    • Stories 9
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  4. One Wish

    Prayer For A Mother Who Is Sick

    • Stories 3
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  5. To My Daughter After Rehab

    Mother's Prayer

    • Stories 3
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The realm of spirituality is mystical and mysterious. When we look at the world with an attitude of wonder and awe, we become aware that the world is filled with spiritual life. Part of spirituality is being willing to admit that something is beyond your comprehension. Science has its place in understanding the world but it will never have all the answers. When we look at the universe and into our own hearts and see that which we don't understand, we know that we have touched that which is unknowable and holy.
  1. The Mercy And Strength

    Poem About Blessed Filled Days

    • Stories 1
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  2. I'm Going There

    Poem About Beautiful Heaven

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  3. Peace

    My Own Version Of The 23rd Psalm

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  4. A Cry From The Soul

    • Stories 4
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  5. Dive

    Poem About Escaping The Demon Inside

    • Stories 1
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Death is life's greatest mystery. What happens when our soul leaves our body is the most important question in the world. The answer will affect how we live our lives. The world is plagued with the question of what comes after this. When we are faced with the death of a friend or relative, we are stunned with grief. We don't understand, he was here and now he's not, where did he go? Where does the spirit go? The truth is that our soul knows of its eternal nature. If we ask our souls this question in a real way, we will find that we know that we are made from the stuff of eternity.
  1. To Our Ellis

    Mother Explains Heaven To Her Dying Son

    • Stories 24
    • Shares 336
    • Favorited 38
    • Votes 2709
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  2. You Are Never Alone

    Life After Death

    • Stories 1
    • Shares 57
    • Favorited 4
    • Votes 24
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  3. If You See My Mom In Heaven

    Poem About Mom In Heaven

    • Stories 0
    • Shares 2036
    • Favorited 32
    • Votes 286
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  4. Life Beyond

    • Stories 8
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    • Favorited 41
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  5. If You See My Dad In Heaven

    Memorial Poem For Dad

    • Stories 8
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    • Favorited 31
    • Votes 279
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