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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 2 – Intermediate)
Topic: Love (04/27/06)

TITLE: "How God Loved Him"
By c clemons
05/02/06


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Oh, How God loved him!
This I know for a fact.
When he cried
God felt those tears,
And He sent a laborer to his side,
To give him the assurance of that love,
And to remove all his fears.

The gift of salvation and eternal life,
Was accepted by this young man.
He made his confession that very day,
And THAT day became his real birthday.
He was adopted into the heavenly family.
Although today we grieve his passing,
We can celebrate the fact that he made it in.

Oh, How God loved him!
And loves him still,
No more pain or suffering,
Just the joy that Jesus brings.
So cry if you must,
And even be angry for a moment,
God surely understands.

But know this as I do,
Oh, How God loved him!
Just as he loves us too.

“For I know the thoughts that I think
toward you saith the Lord, thoughts of
peace and not of evil, to give you an
expected end.” Jeremiah 29:11


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Edy T Johnson 05/10/06
This sounds as if it is a eulogy, and I would like to know more of the story.