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Poetry by RFH
                  by RFH
  A fair warning
    to the ungodly
    who devise ways
      to scheme, plot,
      plunder and steal;
Heaven's reserved
  for those of us
  who've rarely received
    the better end
    of any deal.
Proverbs  16:19  "Better
it is  to be of  an humble
spirit with the lowly, than
to  divide  the  spoil  with
the proud."
1  Corinthians  6:9-11  [in
part] "Or do you not know
that the unrighteous shall
not  inherit  the  kingdom
of  God?  Do  not  be  de-
ceived ..."
             (c) RFH 6/3/2016
 [Nonprofit use permitted]
The following (set up as a poem) is the
3rd stanza (plus the refrain) of a hymn
("Our Father's Love") by Frederick M.
Lehman; stanza 3 specifically by Meir
Ben Isaac Nehorai) that was recently
discovered by RFH in a hymnal (The
Celebration Hymnal by Word Music /
Integrity Music). It was copyrighted in
1997 by Integrity's Hosanna! Music
and Word Music (a division of WORD
MUSIC).  As  all  rights  are  reserved,
please do not publish this without per-
mission from said publishers. With that
understood, enjoy these thoughts with
awe and wonder:


      (by authors aforementioned)
Could we with ink the ocean fill
And were the skies of parchment made,
Were every stalk on earth a quill
And every man a scribe by trade,
To write the love of God above
Would drain the ocean dry;
Nor could the scroll contain the whole,
Tho' stretched from sky to sky.
O love of God, how rich and pure!
How measureless and strong!
It shall forevermore endure --
The saints' and angels' song!
  Jeremiah 31:3 (NIV) "I have loved
  you  with  an  everlasting  love."
       (See also Psalm 103:8-11)
       [Again, all rights reserved]
            by RFH
  'Twould be better
    for me to say:
  I'm more than blest
    this very day!
Numbers 6:24-26 "The
LORD bless thee, and
keep thee ... make His
face shine upon thee ...
and give thee peace."
Psalm  30:5  "For  his
anger endureth but for
a moment ... weeping
may endure for a night,
but joy  cometh  in the
             (c) RFH 6/3/2016
    [Nonprofit use permitted]

  Note:  Remember when the
  worship  "service" was long
  ago called the worship  hour?
 Thank you, Bill M., for helping
  to  bring  back  the  30-minute
  sermon. This is for you:
              by RFH
  Such a great sermon
    said with God's power
  And even executed
    in just half an hour.
      (c) RFH 06/03/2017
  [Nonprofit use permitted]
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