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Saturday, June 16, 2012


Exodus 2:1-10


By confidence, I am referring to faith. Jochebed was a woman motivated by a strong faith in the will of a Sovereign God! Her faith was so strong that she was named, along with her husband, to God's Hall of the Faithful in Hebrews 11:23. She needed this kind of faith to accomplish what she did for the Lord and for her son. She needed faith to:

V. 2 Resist The World - The world was crying out for the death of her son, but this mother stood strong in the face of this attack and placed her son above the will of the world! So it is today! The world demands that parents hand over their children and allow them to be trained and taught the ways of the world. But, our children need and deserve better than that! We need some parents who will teach their children the ways of God and steer them clear of the world and its devises, ( Pro. 6:22; Deut. 6:4-9). It takes faith to go against the grain and raise your children for the Lord, but God will bless you, and them, for it!

V. 3b Release The Child - It took faith to place the child in the river. This was the same instrument which was being used to destroy the other babies, (Ex. 1:22). It took faith for this mother to take her hands off the life of this child and leave him to the will of God. It takes faith for us to let our children go, but that day is coming. Some parents live in denial and try to hold on to their children far too long, but the day is coming, sooner or later, when that child must be allowed to become an adult. It takes faith to just leave them in the hand of God, but the child who has a praying mother, a past filled with the Bible and training in the way of the Lord, has the advantage, and the child will do well.

When I talk about giving them up to be adults, I do not mean that we are to stop praying for them and that we are to turn on them. There are too many parents who can't wait for the day when they won't have to put up with their children anymore! I found a story that shows a godly mother's heart - "Once a very poor girl from a small town went to the big city to earn some money to support her old mother. Soon after her arrival, she realized that an attractive girl can earn more money without working than by honest work.

"Recognizing her own assets, she became all too successful.
She pleased men and soon had money, jewels, and a life of revelry. Her mother was forgotten. What does a mother count when one dances to popular tunes?
"Years passed by. One day she was stricken with remorse and asked herself, `I wonder how my mother is. I have neglected her completely.'
"She took the first train to her village, arriving late at night. To her
amazement, she found the gate of her house wide open. She knew her mother was always careful to lock it at night. Then she saw a light burning in the window of her mother's bedroom. A lamp burning so late? Mother usually went to bed early. Might she be sick?
"When she crossed the threshold, she heard her mother's voice: `Joan, is that you?'
"`Yes, Mother,' she replied. `But how is it the gate is wide open so late at night?'
"`Since you left, the gate has not been closed.'"
"`But why is the light burning so late? Why aren't you asleep?'
"`Since you left, it has never been extinguished. A loving mother's heart waited for you.'
"You can be sure that when you desire to knock at the gate of heaven, it will be wide open to receive you."

V. 9-10 Raise The Child - After Moses had been found by Pharaoh's daughter, Miriam and Jochebed were able to work things out to where Jochebed became the nurse for her own son. It took great faith for her to raise this child under those conditions. However, she was given the opportunity to teach Moses about Jehovah, about true worship and about right living. She had the opportunity to do her best by her son. We are required to do the same thing! All we can do is our best by our children. May I say that they need love, acceptance, Bible teaching, preaching, church, godly examples to emulate and especially, they need a personal relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ! If you give your children to God and then give them all the God you can, you have done your best. They then have a foundation from which they can grow and mature into healthy saints of God.

How To Be A Stupid Parent

1. Discipline your children only when you lose your temper. Let them get away with anything until you're fed up; then, in a spirit of hostility and anger, let 'em have it! Blow your top, holler, get wild, clobber them, and really make a brawl out of it. The children will get a bang out of you.

2. Don't make yourself approachable, you might have to listen and reason with them. If you get too chummy, they'll want to talk things over with you. And who's got time to waste with kids? You've got more important things to do.

3. If they've done wrong, never let them forget it. Keep rubbing it in; they'll loathe you for it.

4. Give your child all the spending money he wants; don't make him earn it. Money in large quantities is an acceptable substitute for love. After awhile he'll want only your money and couldn't care less about you. It's something like starving him on cream puffs.

5. Compare your child with someone else to make him smarten up. Use that beautiful expression, "Why can't you be like Johnny?" He'll despise you and Johnny both!

6. Mother and father should disagree in regard to the rules for their youngsters. Children will then learn to play one parent against the other.

7. Never let the kids think for themselves. They haven't the equipment. (The reason may be in their heredity or environment.) Make all the decisions for them so they'll never be able to handle life.

8. Treat them with suspicion. Never trust the sneaky little characters.

If they turn out well, it won't be your fault. IT'LL BE A MIRACLE OF THE HIGHEST ORDER!

“ Teach Me Thy Way, O Lord” By Mansell Ramsey (1919)

Teach me Thy way, O Lord, teach me Thy way!
Thy guiding grace afford, teach me Thy way!
Help me to walk aright, more by faith, less by sight;
Lead me with heav’nly light, teach me Thy way!

When I am sad at heart, teach me Thy way!
When earthly joys depart, teach me Thy way!
In hours of loneliness, in times of dire distress,
In failure or success, teach me Thy way!

When doubts and fears arise, teach me Thy way!
When storms o’erspread the skies, teach me Thy way!
Shine through the cloud and rain, through sorrow, toil and pain;
Make Thou my pathway plain, teach me Thy way!

Long as my life shall last, teach me Thy way!
Where’er my lot be cast, teach me Thy way!
Until the race is run, until the journey’s done,
Until the crown is won, teach me Thy way!


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GAYLE119 6/18/2012 10:44AM

    wonderful lesson Vic! Also a great reminder! I still pray for my children everyday and declare Psalm 91 on them for protection! emoticon emoticon

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UNSTOPPABLE_ 6/16/2012 9:54PM

    Thank you for sharing another great lesson

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NELLIEC 6/16/2012 6:27PM

    When I see children in grocery stores being treated terribly, I feel so sorry for them!

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CAVEPRINCESS65 6/16/2012 3:30PM

    emoticon lesson; emoticon Vic
Just like Jochebed, we should have strong faith and know that God have us in the palm of his hands. We must open our hearts to God. Let His Word transform our thinking, and set us up to live in His abundant blessings! Being parents are the job we signed up for the rest of our lives. Just because kids are grown and are now adults themselves, it does not mean our jobs as parents are being relinquished. We should keep guiding and praying for our kids so they will continue to have words of godly parents!

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BABY_GIRL69 6/16/2012 1:22PM

    What a wonderful message! Thank you for sharing.....

God bless,


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MOM-MOM8 6/16/2012 10:33AM

    Thank you for a wonderful study. This is a great way to start the day! God Bless you!

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LIN1111 6/16/2012 8:26AM

    Awesome lesson...I praise God he led me to your page...What a way to start a Sparkday! Have a Blessed Day Vic!

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THIS IS MY PRAYER, Fri, 6/15/2012

Friday, June 15, 2012

Holy Father, Divine God, we pray we will always inquire of You first before we take action. We do not want to assume that because You instructed us in a certain way before, that You will instruct us in the same way each time we are faced with a similar situation. Help us to understand that Your thoughts are higher than ours and Your ways are higher than ours. Help us not to make the same mistake by thinking we have all the answers when only You have all the answers for our life. Father, we invite Your presence into our life. Help us to be a Holy place for Your Spirit to dwell. Cleanse our hearts from all unrighteousness. This we ask and pray in Jesus’ glorious name. Amen!

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NADINEL 6/15/2012 8:52PM

    Amen! Thank you, Lord Jesus.

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    Amen! emoticon Prayer!

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LOOKINGUP2012 6/15/2012 11:51AM

    Thank you so much!

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ANHELIC 6/15/2012 10:15AM

    Thank you Vic for your awesome prayer for today. I love starting my day with your teaching and prayer. You have a God given talent to put into words what many of us can't put on paper. Thank you again and may God richly bless you. In Jesus name, Joan emoticonYou bring a ray of sunshine into my life after reading your prayer and lessons. emoticon emoticon

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LIN1111 6/15/2012 8:43AM

    Beautifully written...What a way to start a day on SP with such words from the Lord...Thank you for sharing...You are a true vessel and Thank God he can use you to reach so many...God Bless You... emoticon

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    I think it is a crazy notion to always think we should be able to understand God's perfect design. Sometimes we just have to accept things on faith and wait upon the Lord to open our hearts and eyes to His plan for us. The important thing is that we TRUST Him even when things don't seem to make sense.

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BMW9295 6/15/2012 7:37AM

    Amen. Thank you for sharing such a beautiful and thoughtful prayer. You are wonderful at putting down in words what I know I wish I could. I am glad God knows my heart because I certainly am not good with words. Again, thank you.

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EDITOR 6/15/2012 7:25AM

    Beautiful as always. The sweet Presence of our Father--coming to Him in prayer and invoking the glorious Name of Jesus, through the utterance of the Holy Spirit, jumpstarts my day.

I thank you, Vic, for your goodies, which are not necessary. I thank you more so for leading me in prayer even when I consider my prayer and praise life lackluster.

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RKMHOYLE 6/15/2012 7:22AM

    Thank you...awesome prayer.

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Friday, June 15, 2012


Exodus 2:1-10

Today is a day when we take the time to honor the one human being who unselfishly gives herself to her children time and time again, without asking for anything in return. If your life has been blessed by the touch of a godly mother, then you have enjoyed one of this world's greatest treasures and blessings. Not everyone has enjoyed this great blessing but those who have will go to their grave remembering the love of their mother. We set aside one day a year to honor mothers. The majority of them deserve it, and they truly are VIPs. Abraham Lincoln declared, "no man is poor who has had a godly mother." A Spanish proverb reads, "An ounce of mother is worth a ton of priest." Someone else has said, "The instruction received at Mother's knee, together with the pious and sweet souvenirs of the fireside, are never effaced entirely from the soul."

In this passage, we are introduced to a woman named Jochebed. She stands out as one of the greatest mothers revealed in the pages of Scripture. Her selfless love and sacrifice made possible the exodus of God's people from Egypt and literally changed the course of history. It would do us well this morning to look at the life of this great mother. As we do, we find characteristics that stand as reminders to all of our mothers teaching them what they should be as well. Yet, please do not think that I am speaking only to moms today. In this passage about this woman Jochebed, there are lessons that speak to every person, whether they be male or female, young or old, saved or lost. God has a word for you today. Join me as we look together at Jochebed: “A Portrait Of A Godly Mother“.


Jochebed was an Israelite, one of God's chosen people. She was also a member of the tribe of Levi from which would come the priests and those who would carry out the duties of the Tabernacle and later of the Temple. She, and her husband Amram, were evidently very dedicated and religious people. They were willing to defy the order of Pharaoh and keep the commandments of God.

Every mother needs a relationship with the Lord. May I say that every child deserves a saved, sold out, dedicated mother? Nothing would make more difference in the lives of our children than having good, godly examples in the home. There is a need for godly fathers too! In fact, everyone in the home needs a relationship with the Lord. God give us godly moms and dads!

While we are on the subject, allow me to insert the truth that every person needs the Lord Jesus Christ! My friend, more than you need your next breath or your next heartbeat, you need Jesus and His salvation. It is the one credential you need to miss hell and enter into heaven when you die ( Acts 4:12; John 3:3, 7).


The Decree of Pharaoh - Ex. 1:15-22. Joshebed refused to give in to a godless system that would have cost her the life of her son.

God give us parents who aren't afraid to take a stand for that which is right in these dark, sinful days! Men and women who demand more for their children than the world can give them. Parents who are willing to say, "Enough is enough, my child is going to learn the way of the Lord!" People who will declare the same thing Joshua declared for His family, (Josh. 24:15). We need some courageous people in these times!

It is interesting to note that in our day, often the young people have more of a heart for God and His business than do their parents. It is a blessing when young folks live for God, but it is the parents who ought to set the example in courage and godliness for those who are following behind!

Once a little boy asked his father what a Christian was. For a long time, the father sat with the son explaining in great detail exactly what a Christian was supposed to be. When he was finished, he felt like he had done a pretty good job of describing a Christian, as well as himself. His illusions, however, were shattered when his son asked, "Dad, have I ever met one?"

A humble, consecrated pastor's young son had become very ill. After the boy had undergone an exhaustive series of tests, the father was told the shocking news that his son had a terminal illness. The youngster had accepted Christ as his Savior, so the minister knew that death would usher him into Glory; but he wondered how to inform one in the bloom of youth that he soon would die. After earnestly seeking the direction of the Holy Spirit, he went with a heavy heart through the hospital ward to the boy's bedside. First he read a passage of Scripture and had a time of prayer with his dear child. Then he gently told him that the doctors could promise him only a few more days to live. "Are you afraid to meet Jesus, my boy?" asked his devout father. Blinking away a few tears, the little fellow said bravely, "No, not if He's like you, Dad!" How that preacher's heart thrilled to hear those words. It meant his son had seen Christ in him. The boy did not dread meeting the Savior whom his father had so accurately portrayed.

“Make Me New” By Dan Burr (1985)



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CAVEPRINCESS65 6/15/2012 5:41PM

    Thank you Vic! Great reminder
On our journey to be a godly mother, remember "Hannah, the mother of the prophet Samuel", Hannah was a prayerful woman, a thankful mother who wanted more than anything for her son to be a faitful servant of the Lord! Before she can achieved this desires for her son, she herself was faithful servant of the Lord, despite all her sorrows and challenges.

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UNSTOPPABLE_ 6/15/2012 12:53PM

    I hope that when people look/see/hear me they also see Christ. I'm afraid that too many times they don't.

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ANHELIC 6/15/2012 10:10AM

    Thank you Vic for elaborating on the verses from Exodus. You are a multi-talented God loving man. God is certainly using you in an awesome way to minister to your Sparkfriends. I look forward to your prayers each day and teaching. Along with my Pastor, I look forward to your messages on a daily basis. I love to start me Spark day with you. God bless you Vic and may you be showered with many blessings from God.
In the name of Jesus, Joan emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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LIN1111 6/15/2012 8:46AM

    Awesome...Thank you for sharing... emoticon

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    Thank you!

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THIS IS MY PRAYER, Thur, 6/14/2012

Thursday, June 14, 2012

Merciful and Loving Father, when we needed a Mediator You sent us the best You had, our Lord, Jesus Christ. We needed someone to help us , someone to mediate between us and You. Jesus has bridged the gap so we can come directly to You through Him no matter how far away we may be. He is our Mediator between a God who hates sin and the sinner who sins. Thank You for Your Perfect Son Jesus Christ and for His mediation for us. Help us to accept and understand Your desire to be close to us so that we may live closer to You through Jesus. Forgive us of all our sins. It is in His Name that we pray. Amen!

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TKO0551 6/15/2012 10:15AM

    AMEN!!! LOVE IT!!!

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LIN1111 6/15/2012 8:50AM

    emoticon emoticon Beautiful Prayers...God Bless

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ANHELIC 6/14/2012 11:27PM

    Thank Vic for your awesome prayer. Each day, I look for your prayer and it find it helps me through the day. You are a true leader we can all follow. God knew who to put in my path to keep me going in the right direction.
God bless you Vic and may you have a peaceful, restful sleep.
Joan emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticonYou are the best.

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STARWARSFAN2 6/14/2012 6:13PM

    Good words. TY

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LMMIMI 6/14/2012 11:35AM

    Thank you!

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RSSSLHB 6/14/2012 9:17AM

    emoticonprayer emoticonVic

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    Thank you for sharing this prayer Vic. The plan of salvation is so miraculous. To know that we can come before the Father because Christ has taken our sins upon himself and washed them away is so amazing and awesome. Praise God! Blessings to YOU!

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    Beautiful prayeer.

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LOSTLIME 6/14/2012 7:48AM

    Thank you for the morning prayer.

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EDITOR 6/14/2012 7:05AM

    Vic, I am behind in my thanks for my goodies, but not behind in watching each morning as you pray to our Mediator and teach us how pray.

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Thursday, June 14, 2012


Exodus 2:1-10
The Man With Two Mothers, Lesson 2c


Both of the mothers God gave Moses invested themselves into his life.

His Egyptian mother gave him the best that Egypt had to offer. Acts 7:21-22 says, “And when he was cast out, Pharaoh's daughter took him up, and nourished him for her own son. And Moses was learned in all the wisdom of the Egyptians, and was mighty in words and in deeds.” This means that she gave him the best education available. It is possible that Moses, by virtue of being adopted by the daughter of Pharaoh, was in line for the throne. He was trained as a prince in Egypt. He was trained for leadership, and that training would serve him well in his later years.

His birth mother gave him something his adoptive mother could not give him. His real mother introduced Moses to the God of Israel. She told him about the true and living God. She would have warned him about the false gods and religions of Egypt. She would have told him the stories of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. She would have told him about the reason the Israelites were in bondage in Egypt. She would have told him about the promises of God to delver His people from bondage some day. She would have instilled within him a love and respect for the God of his fathers.

Her lessons took root in heart. How do we know? Heb. 11:24-27 says, “By faith Moses, when he was come to years, refused to be called the son of Pharaoh's daughter; Choosing rather to suffer affliction with the people of God, than to enjoy the pleasures of sin for a season; Esteeming the reproach of Christ greater riches than the treasures in Egypt: for he had respect unto the recompense of the reward. By faith he forsook Egypt, not fearing the wrath of the king: for he endured, as seeing him who is invisible.”

By the time he was grown, Moses understood that God would use him to delver the people of Israel from their slavery. Acts 7:24-29 says, “And seeing one of them suffer wrong, he defended him, and avenged him that was oppressed, and smote the Egyptian: For he supposed his brethren would have understood how that God by his hand would deliver them: but they understood not. And the next day he shewed himself unto them as they strove, and would have set them at one again, saying, Sirs, ye are brethren; why do ye wrong one to another? But he that did his neighbour wrong thrust him away, saying, Who made thee a ruler and a judge over us? Wilt thou kill me, as thou diddest the Egyptian yesterday? Then fled Moses at this saying, and was a stranger in the land of Midian, where he begat two sons.”

C. The lessons Moses learned from his mother set the very course of his life. Thus it is with the children we have been given the responsibility to raise. We need to give them something that all the universities, schools, and extracurricular activities in the world cannot give them. We need to give them knowledge of God!

If they leave your home and unable to balance their checkbook, but with a clear understanding of Who God is and Who the Lord Jesus Christ is they are well ahead of the smartest of their peers. If they leave your home not knowing how to dance, play ball, conjugate a verb, solve long division problems, or multiply fractions, but if they leave knowing that the Bible is the Word of God, Jesus is the Friend of sinners and that God loves them, they are far, far better off than their peers who learn nothing of God from their parents.

What I am saying is this: In the culture in which we live, parents want their children to have more than they did. We want them to have a better education, a better home, a better life. What we should want more is that they have a deep, personal, abiding relationship with God. What we should do is to do everything in our power to cultivate their love for the Lord. We should pray with them, and pray for them. We should read the Bible with them, and to them. We should take them to church faithfully. We should see to it that they are involved in the programs of the church. We should see to it that our personal walk matches our profession of faith in the Lord. We should be real in front of our children!
More than anything, we should give our children Jesus Christ and Him crucified and resurrected, the only hope of salvation!

Chuck Swindoll gives the following insight on how we raise our children.
How to Train Your Child to be a Delinquent
1. When your kid is still an infant, give him everything he wants. This way he'll think the world owes him a living when he grows up.
2. When he picks up swearing and off-color jokes, laugh at him, encourage him. As he grows up, he will pick up “cuter” phrases that will floor you.
3. Never give him any spiritual training. Wait until he is twenty-one and let him decide for himself.
4. Avoid using the word “wrong.” It will give your child a guilt complex. You can condition him to believe later, when he is arrested for stealing a car, that society is against him and he is being persecuted.
5. Pick up after him--his books, shoes, and clothes. Do everything for him so he will be experienced in throwing all responsibility onto others.
6. Let him read all printed matter he can get his hands on...[never think of monitoring his TV programs]. Sterilize the silverware, but let him feast his mind on garbage.
7. Quarrel frequently in his presence. Then he won't be too surprised when his home is broken up later.
8. Satisfy his every craving for food, drink, and comfort. Every sensual desire must be gratified; denial may lead to harmful frustrations.
9. Give your child all the spending money he wants. Don't make him earn his own. Why should he have things as tough as you did?
10. Take his side against neighbors, teachers, and policemen. They're all against him.
11. When he gets into real trouble, make up excuses for yourself by saying, “I never could do anything with him; he's just a bad seed.”
12. Prepare for a life of grief.

Conc: God providentially prepared Moses for his role as the deliverer of Israel through the two women he gave him to be his mothers. Their influence made Moses into the man he became.

If you were blessed to have a good, godly mother, you should thank Him for that today.
If your mother was not what she should have been, ask the Lord to help you overcome her negative influence and to help you be a better person than she was.
If your mother is lost, you should pray for her salvation.
If your mother is alive, you should confirm your love for her.
If you are like me, and you need the Lord to work in areas of your life that are lacking, you should come to Him today.
If you would like to come and pray for your children’s growth, maturity and successful departure from your home, this would be a good time. After all, “The most important thing that parents can teach their children is how to get along without them.”
If you are out of God’s will, you should come home today, so that you can be the kind of influence God wants you to be.
If you are lost, you should come to Jesus Christ right now for salvation. He will forgive your sins, save your soul and change your life. When He changes you, He will change those around you through

“Jesus Loves Me!” By Anna B. Warner (1860)

Jesus loves me! This I know,
For the Bible tells me so;
Little ones to Him belong,
They are weak but He is strong.
Yes, Jesus loves me!
Yes, Jesus loves me!
Yes, Jesus loves me!
The Bible tells me so.

Jesus loves me! He who died,
Heaven's gate to open wide;
He will wash away my sin,
Let His little child come in.
Yes, Jesus loves me!
Yes, Jesus loves me!
Yes, Jesus loves me!
The Bible tells me so.

Jesus loves me! loves me still,
When I'm very weak and ill;
From His shining throne on high,
Comes to watch me where I lie.
Yes, Jesus loves me!
Yes, Jesus loves me!
Yes, Jesus loves me!
The Bible tells me so.

Jesus loves me! He will stay,
Close beside me all the way;
He's prepared a home for me,
And some day His face I'll see.
Yes, Jesus loves me!
Yes, Jesus loves me!
Yes, Jesus loves me!
The Bible tells me so.


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LIN1111 6/15/2012 8:48AM

    My favorite song of all times...Thank you for the studies...they are awesome...God Bless You

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    These are wonderfu studies. Thanks

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NADINEL 6/15/2012 1:53AM

    Thank you, Vic. These words are muchly appreciated.

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UNSTOPPABLE_ 6/14/2012 11:51AM

    A great way to start my day. Thank you Vic

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    Beautiful blog.

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ALLGRACEY 6/14/2012 6:55AM

    Thank you for your well written and TRUTH-FILLED post. May God bless you as you parent.

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