Hey, everyone! In honor of Good Friday–a day of remembrance and appreciation for what Jesus did for us–I will be reblogging a poem about the Prince of Peace today. The title that popped in my spirit was Whom Shall I Fear. It’s a poem based on Psalm 27:1, about how with Jesus, everything and anything is possible.
I hope that this poem will inspire you mightily. Enjoy!
Whom shall I fear?
When You are the Lord of lords, and the King of kings
You are good and Your mercy endures
As your many angels sing
Whom shall I be afraid?
When You are my stronghold and my refuge
You’re always by my side
And I can’t deny that you always pick me up, at the oh-so-perfect time
Why shall I be wary?
When You are a promise keeper; You speak truth with your words
No love of any kind compares
To how Christ loves the church
Who am I to You, my Heavenly Father?
I’m the apple of your eye
A branch of the vine
You set me free and made me Your daughter
Who can come against me?
When You have won this battle
Before any hand can touch me
No matter where I travel
So, whom shall I fear?
When You are the leader of the world
The many boys and girls
And pure white pearls
Thank You, Jesus
I know this to be true
Because of who You are, there’s nothing to fear
Hence, my godly fear for You
- Whom Shall I Fear, Written by Princess Q’Zion on March 21, 2022. All Rights Reserved.
Overall, I had a lot of fun writing this poem. What I love about poetry is how you can use words to paint a picture. It’s almost like a painting, but you decorate the canvas with your words instead of art supplies. Plus, any creative platform that allows me to talk about the goodness of God is one that I favor.
Thank you so much for reading! Have a beautiful day, and God bless you all!