Eye Your Children

Your eyes are on the clothes and shoes – Pray tell, then, where’s your child? Why do you allow distractions when Your restless child grows wild? Why, happy you, surveying sights, amassing Things as joy, Hear not the child, but take your eyes Off your sweet girl or boy. If you’re not looking out for […]

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Give a Hand to Lamb Chop

Who would think, by hand and glove, a concept here as ought. A little lamb of gentle touch – that glove lives in our thought. Precious way to speak to kids. It teaches lessons fun. An entertaining form at which escape routes are not run. Alone without the hand in glove, lays limp – no […]

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The Cream is in the Middle

Between the eldest, youngest breed, The middle is the cream. When growing up the obvious Of this, they would not dream. Reminds me of the cookie kind, An oreo, great taste. Each child opens wide both its sides So no cream center wastes. At one time middle child themself Was youngest, so to speak. Then […]

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Little One Lullabye

To the tune of: Lullabye and Goodnight Lullabye’s come at night, though you’re in God’s grand day time. You are missed with a kiss from earth’s family time line. Close your eyes for the prize, since the Savior adores you. You’re His love up above, where God’s promises are true. Open eyes – God’s surprise! […]

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The Garden of this Age

The little buds, tender and warm, Bring beauty, life, especially charm. We see ourselves through teeny eyes And wonder, will they soon tell lies? They form. A garden, so to speak, And though they bloom and grow, It seems so sad that when they burst The sad way some do go. Of course, it is […]

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Sparkling Jewels for Jesus

Written for the children of Living Springs Wesleyan REFRAIN: We’re sparkling jewels for Jesus — we shine for all to see. Look close — a crown is forming in Christ’s eternity. Each gem is brightly colored, with the richness from God’s throne. There each one of us is wanted; our God saved us for His […]

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Baby Pictures

When baby pictures surface, you fall back to simpler times. When life was new and biting did not constitute a crime. The picture is a print of sorts, like fingerprints provide. They show there’s no one else like you, unless one is at your side. Imagine just how precious this is what me and my […]

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Adopted

Twice Adopted is the title of Michael Reagan’s recent book. Twice Adopted has a message, if you take a closer look. Michael’s dual blessing lingers as he dwells on it today. Reflecting on his lifetime, he wouldn’t want it any other way. First adopted by the Reagan’s (Ron and Jane to all their friends). Then […]

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