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Little Lamb
by Rhonda S Galizia

Tuesday, June 27, 2006
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Inspired by Sister Mary Rose McGeady
and Covenant House


This is a special dedication to all children who have died as Runaways, and to those who are still missing, or on the run...

       LITTLE LAMB
Music & Lyrics: Rhonda S. Galizia


Little lamb, little lamb
do you know the Great I AM?
Or are you lost, and all alone;
displaced, without a home
And through no fault,
of your own
My little lamb?


O little lamb, little lamb
come and meet the Great I AM!
You needn't be lost and on your own
with no direction home
From harsh treatment
you've been shown
My little lamb.



Little lamb, little lamb
Come-now greet the Great I AM
He'll take you gently
by the hand...
And lead you Home.


Ah ah men.



*I praise God for Sister Mary Rose, whose selfless giving and care, has saved many a life.

And I extend endless prayers and supplications to The LORD on behalf of those who are still lost and missing...and I grieve for their families.


C.3/20/2000
Rhonda S. Galizia  ~ Scribe Unto the LORD ~
All Rights Reserved.  ~ St. Matthew 13:52 ~

 

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Reviewed by Daring Sunshine 12/14/2006
Touching graceful melody and heartfelt love for the little ones and Mary Rose. Brava!

Sharon
Reviewed by H. Lena Jones 6/30/2006
Children are a precious commodity. This is precious.

God Bless
Lena
Reviewed by ROCK-Salt! Proctor 6/29/2006
The little lamb, and the Great I Am, what a way to go. You said all oncve again, sis, your heart does overtflow. With silver bells and cockel shells, and His blessings , all in a row.
Reviewed by Joseph* OneLight* 6/28/2006
God bless all those who care for the children.

Love & Light,
Joseph
Reviewed by richard cederberg 6/28/2006
Little Lambs, indeed, need a Shepherd!

Such a simple offer, with eternal ramifications, should never be ignored.

Blessings sister
Your friend
Richard
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 6/28/2006
Wonderful poem and message on behalf of the innocents, Rhonda, and a wonderful dedication to Sister Mary Rose.
Reviewed by Peter Paton 6/28/2006
Rhonda
Your caring and compassionate heart sparkles in this heartfelt write..
" Suffer the Little Children to come unto Me "..
Blessings
Peter
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 6/28/2006
Very well worded, very well written, very well said. Did I miss anything? Oh. Yeah. If kids are our treasure this country has been neglecting them for a while, never mind the mothers and fathers(not many of those around, could be that is one reason kids are the way they are.) who deposit them in front of televisions and games for babysitting. Good poem.
Reviewed by alejapoet@aol.com Bennett 6/27/2006
Wow this is deep and I see that God has spared my life from running away since the age of nine and now i write about that abuse b my adopted parents. Covenant House didn't keep me safe but ent me back to my abusers with swollen knee caps.
Reviewed by E T Waldron 6/27/2006
How compassionate is your beautiful heart and soul Rhonda! Thank you for sharing and caring for all the little lambs!May we all remember to pray for them daily!
Reviewed by Connie Hinnen Cook 6/27/2006
Sad but lovely. And thank you for reminding
folks to pray, Rhonda.
Reviewed by George Carroll 6/27/2006
Each year thousands of kids either run away from home or are abducted. I can only remember what Christ said about those that bring harm to children, They shall have a milestone put around their necks and cast into the sea. Perfect write to remind us of the plight of our lost children. My youngest daughter ran away from home for almost a month before she came back home. Caused us much worry and anxiety but thank God she was safe and unharmed.
Reviewed by Susan Sonnen 6/27/2006
this breaks my heart. I lift my prayers up with yours.

Susan



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