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Say A prayer For Them At Christmas Time
by Mary E. Coe

Monday, December 07, 2009
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Remembering the sick, the hungry, the homeless and the military at Christmas time.

Remember all the starving kids of Africa

Pray for the hungry kids of India

Keep in mind the homeless kids in the USA

Take time to pray for them on Christmas day


Don’t forget the sick and the disabled

While we decorate our family Christmas tree

Remember all the homeless; just help where you


Remember to lend a helping hand


Some of us, we may not have a lot

Doesn’t matter; just share what we’ve got

The  jobless and disabled, keep them in your 


Say a prayer for them, it always means a lot


When we gather round our Christmas dinner table

When we share Christmas gifts with our loved ones

Are we really satisfied that we eased one baby’s cry

Do we know within our hearts we really tried


We all can make this world a little better

We can make it happen if we try

If one thousand, give one dollar to one family today

            Sometimes a little goes a long, long way


Together we can make a new beginning,

We can make a difference if we try

Don’t need to have a lot, just try sharing what

we’ve got

Our little, to the homeless, means a lot


When your family gather round the dinner table

To give thanks for the hearty Christmas feast

Remember all the sick living in our world today

Many living right here in the USA


Remember starving people of the world

Pray for the hungry people everywhere

Remember the homeless here in the USA

Say a prayer for the world on Christmas Day


What about our military families

            Remember the troops on Christmas day

            They’re serving their country in a war   

           zone far way  

           Pray for the brave deployed on Christmas Day

Say a prayer for the world on this Christmas day



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Reviewed by Phyllis Jean Green 5/28/2010
***** A ***** M ***** E ***** N ****** !!!!!!!!!!

Your compassion and committment shine in every line.
Thank you for doing all that you do to raise awareness
of the unconscionable conditions that millions are forced
to live in. It is beyond ironic that there is so much
anorexia and bulemia in the U.S., while men, women, and
children are dying of starvation.

Hardly bears thinking about. But we must, mustn' we.

With respect and admiration,

Reviewed by Morning Star 2/19/2010
Mary you have a beautiful heart and soul
this is a very beautiful sentiment and
I think we should
always pray for the sick ad the homeless
I will keep them i my prayers always Mary
Wishing you Love Peace and Liht....Yolie..I LOVE YUR NEW PCTURE On Your Home Page!!!!!!!!!!
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 2/2/2010
A beautiful message from a tender heart.
Reviewed by JMS Bell 1/14/2010
Reviewed by D. Vegas 12/31/2009
Mary, Tis the season, thank-you.
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 12/22/2009
Thank you for sharing these apt and timely sentiments, Mary. Love and blessings to you,

Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 12/8/2009
No arguments from me, Mary - none, whatsoever. Well said.

(((HUGS))) and love, and Merry Christmas, Karla.
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 12/8/2009
Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle 12/8/2009
Great piece.We should always remember those who are less fortunate and try to make their lives better whether its a home cook meal,clothing,even some change or a dollar bill.Thank you for expressing what is truly important in your prayer.take care
Reviewed by Elizabeth Price 12/7/2009
Great prayer for the season. Liz

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