Poetry for the Christian Heart

worthy of love

Insecure though you may be,
Set your gaze on only me.
Falter my love for you does not,
So much so that your life I bought.
Compassionate and abounding in grace I AM.
I, the Lion, love you, the lamb.
Of knowledge, you are limited to what is finite,
But trust me child, it will be alright.

To you I make this unyielding promise,
You will never know how deep my love is.
My plan for you is designed intrinsically,
And I have made you wonderfully and flawlessly.
Apart from me you are undeserving,
But with me, you’re worthy of love’s great blessing.
Don’t take to heart the enemy’s lies,
Instead give them to me, I hear your cries.

Don’t talk, just listen.
For you I have died and risen.
What more do you need to see
But this love that’s clothed in majesty?
Beloved, your insecurities are lies from Hell.
On these things, do not dwell.
When you are caught in lies look above,
And I will remind you: you are worthy of love.

Look above (2)

Note from Nicole:

Dearly beloved, whoever you are that may have stumbled across this poem today, know that you are so very worthy of the absolute and limitless grace and love of God. The lies of the enemy prove to you day in and out that you are worthless, ugly, and incapable of being loved. These are lies he has entangled you in. The Lord’s promise is that if you would just look to Him, He will rescue you from the lies of the enemy and declare you worthy of His love because of the sacrifice of Jesus Christ on your behalf. Take heart, dear friend, because Jesus has overcome the world.

Psalm 18:3 says, “I called to the LORD, who is worthy of praise, and I have been saved from my enemies.”

6 thoughts on “worthy of love”

  1. Beautifully written! I must say that initially when I read the “lion and lamb” reference my thoughts immidietly went to Twilight lol. But it made sense after reading further. I really like your writing style. Keep writing!

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