Like several of my books, I imagine that this one will be a living volume, meaning that I am likely to revise it on a fairly regular basis going forward. Between poems for sermons, funerals, and weddings, and worship songs for church, I tend to write at least eight or ten works or more a year. I also blog on a fairly regular basis, and journal sporadically, adding significantly to the total of original expressions penned. You will find a little of all of these forms here. The works in this book (third edition) cover about four and a half decades, and demonstrate the imagination that God has instilled in me. While I claim to be poet or composer, I do believe that many of these entries were given to me by God to bless others. The remaining selections are my own fault. You are left to figure which is which. In many cases I offer a brief introduction to the quip. In other cases I do t, as their contexts are more self-evident or explaining it would ruin your experience of it. Since many of the entries are actually lyrics to songs, and t poetry in the strictest sense, a brief explanation will help you interpret it and better enjoy it.