Annie Johnson Flint

His grace is great enough to meet the great things
The crashing waves that overwhelm the soul,
The roaring winds that leave us stunned and breathless,
The sudden storm beyond our life’s control.



His grace is great enough to meet the small things
The little pin-prick troubles that annoy,
The insect worries, buzzing and persistent,
The squeaking wheels that grate upon our joy.
–Annie Johnson Flint

“Behold, I come” – the darkness lightens
Above all sorrow and all fear;
Beyond the clouds the Daystar brightens,
And our deliverance is near;
The groaning earth awaits the hour
When all the wrongs of time are past,
And clothed with glory and with power,
The King of kings shall reign at last.
– Annie Johnson Flint

“Is God-?’ ‘Does God-?’
Man’s ‘Why?’ and ‘How?’
In ceaseless iteration storm the sky.

‘I am’; I will’; ‘I do’—sure Word of God,
Yea and Amen, Christ answers each cry;
To all our anguished questionings and doubts
Eternal affirmation and reply.”

2Co 1:20  For all the promises of God in him are yea, and in him Amen, unto the glory of God by us.

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11 Responses to Annie Johnson Flint

  1. Bobbi Hawley says:

    I was lead to your site by Annie Johnson Flint, what a inspeation I know she will be in my walk with Christ

  2. Rev Roger Mardis says:

    I am trying to find the date Annie’s poem BUT GOD was published or written . Can you direct me or do you know? Roger

  3. Philomena Clarke says:

    Ive just heard Ravi ZACHARIAS mention Annie J F. I cant wait to read her book, I just know it will encourage and bless …Thank u for this sight ,, Phyl Clarke.?

  4. Rachel says:

    thanks for sharing about this book! I’ve recently been reading up on Annie Johnson Flint, as she wrote my favorite hymn, He Giveth More Grace. I’m excited to find this and read it.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Allistar Begg mentioned her poem this morning on his broadcast called “I look up”. But I’m having trouble finding that poem.

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