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Birth Place
Baltimore, MD

Age Category

Birth month and day
July 23

High School Graduate


Taking nature photos, grandchildren, collecting buttons

Marital status

Three children, five grandchildren, including twins

Published works
A few in magazines and local newpaper.

Poetry writing experience
I wrote my first poem in grade school in a card for my dad. I still have it. I wrote occasionally over the years and as a Christian adult I got down on my knees one day and asked God for the gift of poetry. My first Christian poem came instantly and I went and wrote it down. I have been writing ever since. My mom also had the gift of poetry and in her honor I use my middle name's initial T. for Theresa. I am named after her.

State or country in which the poet resides

Testimony of saving faith for Christians only
Very hard times brought me to a place in my life where I knew I needed God. I accepted Jesus as my personal savior in the privacy of my living room after reading Catherine Marshall's books.

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Chime Of The Day

December 6, 2021

You Can Know Christ' True Love!
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By James Pemberton
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You Can Know Christ' True Love!


Christ can give true love, for your pain!

He has so much to give, in exchange!


He can give a life that’s eternal and secure!

His love for you is everlasting!  That’s for sure!


He offers much more than this world can give!

And will bless you, each day that you live!


He can bring true happiness and much more!

He truly is someone worth living for!


Won’t you accept his love and acceptance?

And come before him in true repentance?


He can take a life that’s been “worn out.”

And do a total cleansing all throughout!


He’s the alpha and omega!

 The beginning and the end!

And will be here to help! 

When you need a friend!


Won’t you give him a chance today?

And allow him to take all pain and sin away?


By Jim Pmberton   (c) 2020


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