Some poems for a graduation are "The Road Not Taken" by Robert Frost and "If" by Rudyard Kipling. A saying for a graduation is "The sidelines are not where you want to live your life...No matter what you do next, the world needs your energy," by Tim Cook.
Poems that say "thank you" to a pastor include "Grace" by Daniel Sherman, "Thank You" and "A Gift" by Judy Crowe, and "My Pastor, My Guide" by Coralie Thornton. Other thank-you poems for pastors are "To Our Pastor" and "Proud To Call You My Pastor."
Poems based on the saying "There but for the grace of God go I" include "But For The Grace Of God Go I" by Linda M Hill and "There but for the grace of God" by Julie Ann Jones. These poems convey compassion and a sense of good fortune.
Christian-based ministry Tucson Tabernacle offers a printable version of the poem "Footprints in the Sand" through its website, as of 2015. DLTK-Bible.com also provides visitors with a printable version of the piece.
Some suitable poems to use to say goodbye to students include Helen H. Moore's "Summer's Here," “Aloha’oe (Farewell to Thee)” by Queen Lydia Kamakaeha Lili’uokalani and “Farewell” by Emily Dickinson. Teachers, professors and colleagues can also make up their own poems f...
The poem "A Letter From Heaven" is inherently a religious poem. The form of the poem is a letter to loved ones from someone who has passed away and is now in heaven; this is a Christian concept.
Internet users can find many available online versions of the Bible. There are sites the provide downloadable eBook versions, online text and searchable versions of the bible.