In his poem, “Flotsam and Jetsam,” Jeral Williams expresses his appreciation for the Holy Spirit in the presence of the busyness of the world. Continue reading Flotsam and Jetsam
In his poem, “Wagering Against Pascal?” Jeral Williams relates how thinking about the alternative to God aids his decision to accept God’s gifts. Continue reading Wagering Against Pascal?
In his poem, “Dust and Sin,” Jeral Williams explores his thankfulness for forgiveness and his recognition of the constancy of sin. Continue reading Dust and Sin
In his poem, “Even the Lowest Matter Matters,” Jeral Williams reminisces about his trip to Africa, wherein he was impressed by the numerous purposes for the lowest of matter and reflected on how God has purposes for humans if we put Him first. Continue reading Even the Lowest Matter Matters
In his poem, “With a Twinkle and a Smile,” Jeral Williams celebrates a grandfather’s witness and Christian service to others. Continue reading With a Twinkle and a Smile
In his poem, “Finding Light in Darkness,” Jeral Williams reflects on the darkness of sin and the light found in the darkness of the empty tomb. Continue reading Finding Light in Darkness
In his poem, “Finding Hope in Emptiness,” Jeral Williams finds hope in the second great symbol of Easter — the empty tomb. Continue reading Finding Hope in Emptiness
In his poem, “Prayer Before the Veil,” Jeral Williams offers a prayer of hope. Continue reading Prayer Before the Veil
In his poem, “He Taught; Do We Learn?” Jeral Williams reflects on Christ’s important question regarding the sawdust in others’ eyes and the planks in our own eyes. Continue reading He Taught; Do We Learn?
In his poem, “Sumo Bout with Doubt,” Jeral Williams explores doubts of faith that arise in times of crisis. Continue reading Sumo Bout with Doubt
In his poem ‘Surpassing Ritual’, Jeral Williams draws inspiration from the Lord’s Prayer. Continue reading Surpassing Ritual