This weekend I had the pleasure of going to the Poets in Autumn Tour in Cleveland, Ohio. It was the best show I’ve ever been to.
DJ E Liz crafts a spoken word piece for those who are depressed, who have fallen into addiction, or who have felt forgotten.
Chris Grobler contrasts the sufferings of Jesus Christ so that we in comparison can see that through misery ( The misery of Christ) we have been made right with the Father.
Her honesty is not a trickle, it is a flood.
I love how John put his own sins out there making himself equal with the very same people who the Westborough church condemns. Yet…
Anyone who has lost a parent, a job or even a child can gain some insight and hopefully even some comfort from this epic piece.
Ezekiel shines a stage light on a topic often swept under the rug. With colorful word choices as vibrant as his stage performance, this poet educates his listener calling on humor as well as personal conviction.
It is laden with apologetics as well as convicting statements that are perhaps designed to make even the believer look again at his own beliefs.
Too often is the line blurred between fallible people and an infallible God. Big-up for the fire points brought up in this carefully crafted arrow!