12 Poems About The Cross

Be inspired and uplifted as you read these poems about the cross. You will find poems that celebrate the profound significance of the cross in Christianity.

The poems reflect the enduring hope, love, and redemption found in the symbol of the cross. These poems portray the selfless sacrifice of Jesus Christ, who bore our sins on the cross, bringing salvation and eternal life to all who believe.

The cross is a symbol of hope and of God's love for us. May these poems touch your heart and inspire you on your spiritual journey.

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  1. In The Shadow of The Cross
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer

    In the shadow of the cross, we find solace
    A symbol of love and sacrifice so divine.
    For all Christians, young and old, rich or poor
    It holds a special meaning, a sign to align.

    No cultural distinction can tarnish its grace
    For it unites us all in faith, regardless of race.
    From the hills of Africa to the streets of Rome
    The cross stands tall, a symbol of hope and home.

    To the destitute, it offers a promise of worth
    A reminder that they're loved by a God of this earth.
    In times of despair, when all seems lost
    The cross whispers strength, no matter the cost.

    For the young and innocent, its arms outstretched wide
    Guiding their footsteps, with love as their guide.
    In the cross, they find forgiveness and grace
    A sanctuary of peace in this chaotic space.

  2. Wondrous Cross
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer

    Oh, wondrous cross, source of hope divine!
    In your embrace, God's greatest design,
    Redemption unveiled, forgiveness untold,
    Love poured out for all, a story to behold.

    Victorious symbol, triumph over despair,
    Purpose revealed with tender care,
    Healing offered, wounds gently mend,
    Unity granted, our brokenness to amend.

    My heart soars with excitement immense,
    For the cross embodies God's recompense!

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    Poems About God

  4. Upon That Cross
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer

    Upon that cross, love's emblem strong and pure,
    Where Jesus, selfless, bore our sins' cruel weight,
    His sacrificial act, salvation's cure,
    For humankind, a gift of infinite fate.

    A symbol etched in time, profound and grave,
    The cross unites us with His endless grace.
    In darkest hour, His tender mercy saves,
    A beacon shining in redemption's embrace.

    Oh cross! A testament to love untold,
    From agony springs life in treasures gold.

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    Poems About God's Love

  6. He Bore Our Sins
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer

    In ransom shed upon the cross, our Lord,
    He bore our sins, a burden not His own.
    Through death's embrace and darkness He endured,
    Redemption offered, seeds of grace were sown.

    The price was paid in blood, love's sacrifice,
    A new creation born through heart made clean.
    Reconciliation found in Jesus Christ,
    Restored communion with our God unseen.

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    Poems About Jesus

  8. The Cross's Meaning Revealed
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer

    In the cross, we find the bridge to heaven's gate,
    Pouring forth salvation, erasing sins' heavy weight.
    The cross, a steadfast reminder of love's sacrifice,
    The risen Christ, our Savior, His death did suffice.

    Through His wounds, our wounds are made whole,
    In His death, eternal life bursts forth from the soul.
    The cross, a symbol of hope amidst despair,
    Reminds us that in Christ, we have a future to share.

    Embracing the cross, we find true transformation,
    A profound connection with God's divine revelation.
    In His resurrection, the cross's meaning revealed,
    A promise of redemption, in which we are sealed.

    Behold the cross, where heaven's love and mercy meet,
    Where Christ's sacrifice made salvation complete.
    In His death, the weight of sin was fully paid,
    Through His resurrection, new life's pathway laid.

  9. His Forgiveness
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer

    In one profound symbol, the cross stands tall,
    Jesus' sacrifice for sins, upon it enthralls.
    A weight of love heavies this holy sight,
    As darkness meets light, in His redeeming might.

    With each nail driven, a debt is paid,
    Humanity's transgressions lifted, forever laid.
    Hope springs forth from His forgiveness divine,
    The cross whispers resolutely: salvation is thine.

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    Forgiveness Poems

  11. Inscribed Upon The Cross
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer

    Inscribed upon the cross, a symbol divine,
    Unfolding love that eternally shines,
    An emblem of grace, in sacrifice bred,
    Jesus embraced with devotion widespread.

    Oh, truth so profound, relentless and deep,
    He willingly bore the pain, bitter and steep.
    A testament firm, His commitment clear,
    His love never wavers; it conquers all fear.

  12. Poems About God's Grace
    Poems About God's Grace

  13. Heavens Abode
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer

    In silent reverence, we gaze on the cross,
    Where Jesus triumphed over death's relentless toss.
    His sacrifice a beacon of hope so divine,
    Guiding our spirits to eternal life's shrine.

    Each nail, each wound, a testimony clear,
    That through His grace, no darkness can appear.
    The cross reminds us all to seek salvation's road,
    For in its shadow, we find heaven's abode.

  14. Heaven Poems
    Heaven Poems

  15. The Cross Reminds Us
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer

    In the radiant brilliance of Easter morn,
    The cross reminds us, hope is reborn.
    For Jesus conquered death with divine might,
    And gifted us eternal life's pure light.

    With joyful hearts, we embrace this truth,
    Believing in Him, our faith finds its root.
    The cross reminds us of love so divine,
    That through Jesus' triumph, eternal life is thine.

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    Easter Poems

  17. Comforting Souls
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer

    On a cross, the Savior bled, His love so deep and vast,
    He conquered death with every breath—in Him our hope is cast.
    No fear shall linger in our hearts, nor darkness long abide,
    For in His sacrifice we find, eternal life inside.

    When grief and loss surround our world, like storm clouds overhead,
    His arms embrace, His presence near, erasing every dread.
    In Jesus' victory over death, a hopeful light now gleams,
    Comforting souls through darkest nights with joys beyond all dreams.

  18. Poetry About Life And Death
    Poetry About Life And Death

  19. A Beacon Of Hope
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer

    In the shadow of the cross we stand,
    Amidst trials and suffering, hand in hand.
    For within its symbol, hope does dwell,
    A reminder that all storms we can quell.

    Through every trial, stronger we become,
    Enduring with grace, victory is won.
    With Jesus as our guide, we shall prevail,
    A beacon of hope, shining without fail.

  20. Poems About Hope
    Poems About Hope

  21. Sacred Symbol
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer

    In sacred symbol, the cross stands tall,
    Embodying purpose beyond earthly walls.
    A bridge between worlds, a divine design,
    Reconciliation blessed, for souls to shine.

    Bound together in this profound embrace,
    Humanity finds solace, in God's grace.
    With every step we take, we find our worth,
    The cross gives meaning to believers on earth.

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