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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Hospitality (02/07/05)

TITLE: A Hospitable Heart
By Cheryl Russell
02/09/05


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A giving heart breeds a giving soul, a hand that reaches is a hand to hold.
Two hearts can beat together as one, being there for each other pleases the Son.
He never did turn his back on the needy, not even the Tax Collectors whom we know were greedy.
We are all linked together through the blood of our savior, when we help another he looks on in favor.
So if you want to make a difference in the life of another just remember to place your hand out to reach theirs and hold tight donít let go no matter what happens. If your there for others God will truly bless you ten fold. Donít turn your back on someone who needs you, if your heart breeds thoughtlessness, your soul indeed will reap what it sows.
A hospitable heart breeds a hospitable soul, a hand that reaches is a hand to hold.


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Sally Hanan02/14/05
Nicely written. I would use a line space to separate the poem at the beginning from the writing paragraph.
donna robinson02/14/05
Amen, isn't that the truth.
L.M. Lee02/17/05
yes, God is always interested in our heart's motive.