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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Write in the POETRY genre (05/17/07)

TITLE: My prayer
By paula pinto
05/19/07


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Oh Sweet Jesus I know you're here
I know you hear my prayer
I know you listen through and through
When no one else is there

Some are in need of mercy
Some are in need of love
Some are in need of healing
You know what they're in need of

Some have lost compassion
Some of them are grieving
But all of them are in your hands
Yes you know what they are needing

And if the enemy has filled their heart with discouragment, fear or doubt
I pray they you extend your hand
And gladly pull them out

Let them feel there's hope today
Let the dark clouds disappear
No matte what they're going through
Let them feel your near

And I thank you advance
That you will comfort those in need
I know many prayers are answered
When we just believe


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Sharon Henderson05/24/07
A minor typo, matte s/b matter. Great thoughts. This could be given to a counselor to share with counselees in dispair.
Jacquelyn Horne05/24/07
Wonderful poem of compassion. The "your" in the fifth stanza should be you're (probably an oversight). But this poem shows a great love for your fellow man.
Donna Emery05/25/07
Very nice! I could easily see this being used in a devotional.
Rhonda Clark 05/25/07
Nice poem. For me, the flow started out great, but lost something. I like the subjet matter.
Brenda Welc05/25/07
I like the thoughts behind this poem. Nicely done.
Cherry Bieber05/31/07
Truly a heart for the hurting! Wonderful poem!