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ABCs of Worship

ABCs of Worship


Acrostic poetry need not contain rhythm or rhyme, but I chose to employ these poetic structures for this particular acrostic poem.


May the Lord of Lords be praised.



Praise the Lord –

An Acronym to Worship Him


Praise the Father,

Royal One,

And the Spirit,

Inner One,

Sacred God,

Eternal Son.


Time before –

Hear Him roar

Ever more.


Laud Him always

Over all

Raise His praises.

Death may fall.


Praise the Lord.



Posted for a variety of prompts:

Acrostic Only (“praise the Lord”)

Easy Street Prompts (“before and after”)

Then Sings My Soul Saturday (songs)


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3 comments:

  1. This is a very beautiful praise. Thanks for joining the fun ...

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  2. This was amazing. Congratulations! You are an Acrostic Only BWA Winner!

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  3. This is great, especially with the R&R! May I link to it on MILLERSHIPS.blogspot.com?

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