Lamenting Sin’s Curse
Broken Down House
Shards of window glass
in weed-strewn sod.
with the wind,
a spontaneous ovation
that once was.
With creaking voices,
The sagging-porch frown
tells a painful story
of beauty shattered.
All that’s left
My Heart Cries Out
Paul David Tripp
Paul David Tripp shares his celebrations, disappointments, cries for help, confessions, and confusions in the form of 120 poems written as he experienced God’s grace in various seasons of his life.
- Romans 8:22–23
- John 14
- When you see the evidence of sin’s curse in the world, what is your response?
- Do you complain about the world or cry out to God? Do you long more for short-term fixes or eternal paradise?
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