Poems of Praise Proverbs & Parables 4
Volume 4 of 'Poems of Praise, Proverbs and Parables' is hot off the presses! Greetings everyone, the Millhorn Brothers (Greg and Steven C), have teamed up to provide the Christian Community with some of the most thought provoking and spiritually deep (yet simple) Christian Poems ever produced! Authored by Greg Millhorn, and Narrated and Produced by Brother Steven C. Millhorn of Expounder Ministries. This additional set of 83 short poems of the Christian experience, will bring glory to Jesus and are very evangelical in nature. My Brother Greg Millhorn has written over 350 poems to glorify our Lord, but we could only produce 83 of his hottest ones at this time for this CD Compliation. I feel sure that these short but sweet little works of love will tickle your ears, make you laugh but will make your heart and mind be reflective of the Christian message and of our walk of faith in Jesus Christ our Lord. Music was provided by Gary Lamb of Kagan online. The 84th Song on this CD is the only authorized and Famous Rendition of the Apostles Creed, (performed by me Brother Steven). Since this prayer is in the public domain, I felt it good to have a copy of it for all who want to committ it to memory. Now, a little about the author of this poetry work: Born of loving parents, and reared with good principals, Greg Millhorn has come full circle, and has become a man of God. During the rebellion of Greg's teenage years in the 1960's and 70's, he was birthed into a time of unrestrained pleasure, violence and self-indulgence. After roughly 15 years of total debauchery and depravity, the shaft of God's Light broke upon him, and made of him a new man. He now spends his time in service to God, and is a good husband and father. Greg has written over 350 Christian poems, which are all being published and are very spiritually deep and edifying. This poetry work is just but an example of the many works of poetry and short stories that Greg has written and he continues to this day, being inspired of the Lord to communicate through his pen.