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LITTLE SHEPARD BOY

Do you fear what I fear?

Said the little lamb to the Shepard boy

Listen to what I say

Stay out of those bars, Shepard boy

Listen to what I say

Don’t you hit on mean, redneck guys

Those with tattoos and a scruffy beard

Those with tattoos, and a scruffy beard

 

Said the little lamb to the Shepard boy

Do you see what I see?

Being hailed thoughout the Congress halls

Do you see what I see?

A law, a law, codifying sin

And creating a new protected class

And creating a new protected class

 

Note: I feel sorry for Matthew Shepard, who needed a father and not sex. Too bad that Congress in their misplaced compassion exploit his death in order to promote a dangerous hate-crimes bill. I wish our society would go after the real problems, lack of fathering,   instead of insuring people in their bondage and insulating them from any true freedom.

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Just suppose God wasn’t rich

Imagine him never coming to visit.

What if he didn’t bring gifts

and never lifted anyone’s spirit,

and the Holy Ghost chose not to be close?

Just suppose you never felt his touch.

Imagine living with barely enough.

What if  he ignored prayer and persuasion

and missed sharing special occasions,

would you still embrace the cross?

Face every loss with courage?

Would you love him simply for life eternal

and long only for his return?

Suppose seeing Christ were enough!

Imagine his life being enough!

What if he came to take everything from us?

To divinely exchange, and leave us with a promise

With a hope that never fails,

one that propels us into the world

with one thing worth more than life

so much more than healing

or emotional well-being:

A mark, a scar, a Christ-brand

something like that –

anything that proves we’re his.

I may be imagining this, who knows?

But just suppose . . .

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Note to my readers.

For those of you who read this blog, I may not be writing anything for a while because I am busy with family issues. If you want to know more, please contact me.

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