Short Thank You Poems
and Verses
Especially for Friends

Tall Grass and Skyscape

Thank You Poems and Verses can be a good way to tell our friends "Thank You".

We choose our friends wisely. True friends help us fulfill our purpose in life, to be rewarded in heaven,

We nurture our friendship by praying for them, asking God to bless and keep them.

Sometimes our friends need inspiration. Sometimes they need encouragement.

We always can show our appreciation.

Always we can send, write, or tell them a heartfelt "Thank You!"

Or maybe, you yourself are needing some encouragement - inspiration - appreciation.

Then here are some short thank you poems and verses for you ... and your friends.

4 Short Friendship Poems

1. "To a Long Time Friend" is a 3 verse poem, the first poem I wrote for this website. Years in the making, 2 days and many hours to compose.

2. "What You Mean to Me is one verse long.

3. "Who Would Have Thought?" is 3 verses long, great for a long-term friendship.

4. "For Ever" is 2 verses long, great for a long distance friendship.

Poem to Say Thank You

This unique original poem to say thank you is one-of-a-kind, because in it God is speaking to his children and friends, to say thank you! First published on Thanksgiving Day 2010, it's a heavenly message for your inspiration and encouragement.

Bible Verses about Friendship

Some of the best quotes for friendship are found in the Holy Bible - also known as the Holy Scripture (or Holy Scriptures).

King Solomon, one of the wisest rulers to ever live, collected some important sayings on friends and friendship, found in the Book of Proverbs in the Old Testament of the Holy Scriptures.

Jesus is our best friend. And he told us how we can become his friend. We find these sayings in the New Testament of the Bible.

About True Friendship

Some people say they have tons of friends. It may be true, but it usually isn't.

Oftentimes, people choose to have friends who really aren't true friends.

We should be friendly with everyone, but we must choose our close friends very wisely.

They should have good values. They should be an asset to us, not a liability.

Sadly, even good friends can let us down, disappoint us, and even turn on us. Jesus was betrayed by Judas, one who was close to him. That must have really hurt.

The Best Friendship

Some people say they have no friends. Maybe they're afraid to trust anyone anymore.

It's true, even the "best" of friends can let us down, can get busy and forget about us. Except for one.

Even though Jesus was betrayed, he will never betray those who trust him. He is a friend for those who have no friends.

Often, God causes us to suffer a lot of loneliness, and maybe in a lot of other ways too, until we realize, "what a friend we have in Jesus..."

He's always there when you're ready, he'll never let you down, and he wants to bring us to heaven where the deepest union of friendship will flourish.

It's easy to talk to him, because he is always there. That's called prayer.

It pays great dividends to get to know him. Not just know about him, but know him as a person, to talk things over with him.

We can know him better by reading the Gospels in the New Testament in the Holy Bible. Luckily, he isn't off in some distant land. If you let him, he can really come inside you and take all your empty loneliness away.

Thank your stars!

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