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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Obedience (01/31/05)

TITLE: A Fathers Love
By Cheryl Russell
02/05/05


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Where would we be with out our Father above.
Who abundently fills us with everlasting Love.
He plucks us from the depths of our sin.
Obedience he asks for, obedience within.

As we walk we fall, he knew this already.
Yet there he stays with us holding steady.
He'll be with us always, he promised from the start.
Whether obedient or not, he stays in our heart.

I died for your sins that you might have life, though your lack of obedience cuts as a knife.
Your crosses I bore giving you life everlasting.
Obedience my children is all that I am asking.


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Cheri Hardaway 02/12/05
I really like this. It flows nicely.

God bless,
Deborah Porter 02/16/05
Cheryl, this was a lovely poem - which made it all the worse that we had to disqualify it due to the word count. The minimum word count for Challenge Entries is 150 words. Your piece came in at just 103. Please keep entering the Challenge, but just keep in mind the word count limits (150 minimum and 750 maximum) and you'll be fine. Even if you add a little opening paragraph of introduction (other than just adding a Scripture), you'll be covered. With love, Deb (Challenge Co-ordinator)