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TITLE: Kiss the Son
By Arlene Miner
02/19/07
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Intended to be more a devotional but didn't have devotionals listed
KISS THE SON

Matthew 25:40 "I tell you the truth, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for Me."

A boy, an unhappy face, ragged clothes, how sad I thought. He should be happy and playing. He just sat there on the sidewalk. His chin rested on dirty little hands. My heart hurt for him. Sitting down beside him, I offered him some cookies. He hesitated then took one. He slid close by my side. I wrapped my arms around him. I held him in my arms a long while, he didn’t seem to mind. I kissed the top of his head and held his hand. At last he looked up at me and asked,”Why are you being so kind?” Tears came to my eyes, all I could manage to say is, “Because I love you.”
I kissed the face of God.

Oh, the stench is horrible! “How Lord can I go? I just can’t.” Reluctantly I went. She opened the door. I could barely smile. I was greeted with a warm smile. Taking my hand and leading me inside, the smell was bad! “Oh Lord give me strength” I prayed. She offered me tea and cookies she made. After some time visiting with her, I began to see this person in a different way. What a beautiful heart she had. The smell forgotten, I found myself enjoying her. Time quickly passed! She said, “I am so glad you have come. You see I don’t have family and no one comes. I become quite lonely.” Taking her in my arms, hugging her, I said,”I love you.”
I kissed the face of God.

What is love? Love is to love as He loves.
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