street person | A Poem by Rick Davis | PAROUSIA Magazine

  she walks smoothly so fragile in her loneliness and as she smiles it is as though all the winds go to heaven. she speaks to air – i imagine in some distant kitchen wrapped in abandoned teardrops. her bright pink dress is covered in wooden clothespins. she slides on damp cement – fluid melodic.…

Who Is Like God by Ernest O. Ogunyemi

        Who is like God? I used to believe all of Father’s words. I used to believe that God is good all the time and… the inverse. That church is the house of that God, and that He makes things work for those who go there good. I used to believe that Aunty Tọ́pé is…

Editorial PAROUSIA Magazine INCARNATION Issue #7

  Dear Readers, It’s with great joy I welcome you to PAROUSIA Magazine Incarnation Issue 7 – Christmas 2017. I am pleased to say PAROUSIA Magazine is two, it‘s been two years of God’s faithfulness in promoting Christian Arts and Literature. I am glad we’ve come a long way together in a short time, thanks…

POETRY | GRACE by Wanangwa Mwale

  GRACE   Grace is when… My dreams came crushing on me, my vision shuttered My future seemed to be doomed, my family broken My soul stripped and torn apart ‘I have lost it all,’ I thought. My soul famished for something to satisfy it And so I vanished into the worlds unknown Pleasures I…

POETRY | True Desires by Amby C. Ezem

  True Desires   You’d find that many Many love the idea of God but not God himself So when you present the true God They spit in your face And rather hold the false view of God close   You’d find many that Join God with a particular part of the bible To exalt…

Poetry from Sylvia Riojas Vaughn

You can read this publication in PDF format of PAROUSIA Magazine Easter Issue  by following this link   Calvary: A Meditation “But one of the soldiers with a spear pierced his side, and forthwith came there out blood and water.” — John 19:34, King James Version     His ministry, on the cross for all…

TO IMPRESS OR NOT TO IMPRESS by Aremo Olalekan

We live in a world where we are so particular about people affirming our strengths. We want people to approve of us, we want people to like us, we want people to accept us, who doesn’t want that, and that in itself isn’t bad. No it isn’t. It’s relevant that we have a level of…