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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 3 – Advanced)
Topic: Sunday School (10/25/07)

TITLE: Lucky To Have Her
By Laurie Glass
10/26/07


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My mom and dad donít go to church enough,
But my Sunday School teacher picks me up.
Sheís a perty lady and she smells so nice,
And when we talk, she gives me good advice.

It makes me smile when she looks my way,
And I might even marry her someday.
She tells us stories you wouldnít believe,
Like Ďbout a baby being left in the reeds.

David killed a giant with a rock.
Jesus met a wee man on a walk.
Job, poor man, had a lot of bad luck.
One guy ate grasshoppers and honey Ė yuck!

Jonah spent three days inside a whale.
It really happened, thatís no tale.
Shamrock, Merrimac bended and goed
Right outta the fire, donít ya know.

Sometimes I canít remember for sure
Just exactly how things were.
I have perfect Ďttendance, though,
So soon Iíll have a Bible, all my own.

Iíll tell ya the best thing she did fer me.
She told me Ďbout that eternity,
And helped me ask Jesus in my heart.
Now He and I wonít never be apart.

My mom and dad donít go to church enough,
But my Sunday School teacher picks me up.
Iím perty lucky I would say
To have her here to show me the way.


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Debi Derrick11/02/07
While done in a light-hearted way, this little poem presents a very important point about what Sunday school really means.
Leigh MacKelvey11/03/07
It's always great when young people remember there Sunday School teacher and the extra ways she served them! Nice poem.
Lynda Schultz 11/06/07
Yes indeed, very lucky to have her. Very cute poem and I really liked this line: "Shamrock, Merrimac bended and goed
Right outta the fire, donít ya know."