Monday, December 19, 2011

Birthday Presents For Jesus ~ Childrens Video



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Sunday, December 4, 2011

Jesus Was Born On Christmas Day








Jesus Was Born On Christmas Day


Children's Poem

Jesus was born on Christmas day;
He would grow up;
To die and wash our sins away.

Jesus was born on Christmas day;
The guiding light;
He's the Truth, the Life, the Way.

Jesus was born on Christmas day:
Hope of heaven;
He would provide the only way.

Jesus was born on Christmas day;
The living Word;
Mary gently kissed, gently swayed.

Jesus was born on Christmas day;
Wonderful day:
He was our God upon the hay.




Susan Y Nikitenko

December 4th 2011






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Monday, November 21, 2011

As He Would Do ~ Ron Tranmer

As He Would Do

by Ron Tranmer 

When faced with choices in our life,
And we don't have a clue,
We should simply ask ourselves...
What would Jesus do?

If we will keep Him in our heart,
And seek His guiding light,
Then follow in His footsteps
We will always choose what's right.

Let's be led by the example
That Christ set for me and you.
When others need our help and love,
Let's do as He would do.


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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Protect Them




Protect Them

Their little faces sweet, looking up at me, makes me smile;
The things they say and do, make’s teaching them, so worthwhile.

Their little hand clasping mine, trusting as they go;
I want to lead them in the way, the Lord for them to know.

So innocent, so tender yet, the world does not have hold;
Protect them Lord, please, oh please, I pray, protect them from the cold.

Protect them from a cold dead life, that’s trampled by much pain;
Show them Lord, I pray, your love, the love that cleanses every stain.

Open the eyes of each child, I teach about your  Holy book;
Don’t let the devil near them, or get them on his tricky hook.

And if they seem to wander way, into a life of sin;
Gently lead them back my Lord, back to the fold again.

~ Susan Y Nikitenko ~


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Saturday, October 29, 2011

Where are the Nine? ~ Pearl Sturgis

by Pearl Sturgis

Ten little lepers standing in a line.
Jesus healed one and then there were 9.
Nine little lepers waiting at the gate,
Jesus heals one and now there are 8.

Eight little lepers on the way to Heaven.
Jesus heals one and now there are 7.
Seven little lepers in an awful fix.
Jesus heals one and now there are 6.

Six little lepers glad to be alive.
Jesus heals one and now there are 5.
Five little, four little...3, 2, 1.
Jesus healed them all and there are none.

10 little lepers happy on their way.
One turned back so glad to say...
"Thank You, Lord, I'm feeling fine."
Then Jesus answered, "Where are the 9?"




Craft For Leper Story



               

Sunday, October 23, 2011

The Spiritual Monster Mash ~ Fun

















Resisting Sin

The Spiritual Monster Mash

 Lord, give me feet, gospel feet.
That smash the monsters in life;
A spiritual monster mash;
Mashing envy, mashing strife.

I'll  mash and smash out anger;
I'll defeat the giant foe.
As long as you go with me, Lord;
I'll mash them as I go.

The spiritual monster mash;
With my shield and sword in hand.
And my big, big gospel feet;
O, Lord, Give me grace to stand.

I'll do the mash!
The spiritual monster mash.
I'll do the mash!
I'll have a sin stompin', splash.

I'll have to eat properly;
                    Eat lots of wheaty Holy Meat.   (The Word)
Drink lots of prayer power aid;
While working out my mashing feet.

I'll mash out discontentment;
And mash out the prideful thought.
All you ugly monsters run!
You don't want to get caught.

I will mash and I will smash you;
With my big, big mashing feet.
With Jesus as my muscle;
I've got all you monsters beat!

The spiritual, monster mash;
Stomp, stomp, mash, bash, crash!
I'll put those monsters to an end:
Doing  the spiritual..... monster mash;

I'll do the mash!
The spiritual monster mash.
I'll do the mash!
I'll have a sin stompin', splash.


~ Susan Y Nikitenko  ~   
October  23rd, 2011
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Submit yourselves therefore to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you.




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Saturday, October 22, 2011

God Is Calling


God Is Calling

God is calling out His warriors,
Calling now, for girls and boys
Who will carry forth the banner
Who can stand the battle noise;
And He wants the noble ~ gentle;
Wants the purest and the brave ~
So set your goals up higher!
You can ride the greatest wave!
Tho you walk thru din and rubbish
You can be above reproach ~
If you keep your council constant
If you listen to your Coach!
He needs those to call “Prince Valiant”
Needs a “Joan of Arc” or two;
Have you thought, my little children
That He might be calling you?
You may see the vulgar gesture, but
You do not do the same;
You may hear the slimy story but
It shall not bear your name;
For you keep your bridle anchored
On your tongue and rule your life!
And you’ll never spit the words out
That can only bring out strife.
God is calling oh, so softly, so
Don’t turn the music loud ~
When He speaks you’ll hear His whisper
Even if you’re in a crowd.
He’s the Master of all Masters ~
Full of mercy, love and grace;
When you’ve waged the war of ages
You shall see Him face to face!

Joan Clifton Costner
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Ephesians 4:15 “...lest I become a castaway...”
“Be ye perfect....for I am...perfect.”


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Plant His Word


            
Plant His Word


To plant His words
Within my heart
Forever there!

To place that Life
Within my own
With loving care...

I’ll say the words
Time and again
Until I know

The promises, the
Words of truth
That bless me so!

.....One day I’ll see
His blessed face
Receive His grace,

Those precious words
Forever true
Still in their place!

Joan Clifton Costner
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Friday, October 21, 2011

Bible Poem ~ Noah



NOAH

How’d you get all those hens,
Birds and cats, and goats back then?
How’d they come to just that place?
Did some of them have to race?

The rain would come,
But not before
Noah got them in and
God shut the door!

Now, tell me true,
Did none of them fight
When they had to stay there,
On the boat, all night?

And I can guess,
When the water went away,
They had an awful crowd
At the door, that day!

They must have stuck around.
For, a rainbow, high,
Was shining, right there,
In the big, blue, sky!

A rainbow is a promise
That God’s word is true,
A promise that He’ll always
Love me and you.
© 2004 by Joan Clifton Costner



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Bible Poem ~ Gideon




GIDEON

He thought he was a farmer.
But, then, the angel came.
He called him "Mighty Warrior".
Why, he knew Gideon’s name!

He took his father’s wagon
And pulled the idol down.
They had an awful ruckus,
In Gideon’s town!

Many men made soldiers.
But, God said, "No!
A bunch of these guys
Will have to go!

I don’t make mistakes,
And I want the world to know
That I won the battle,
Not you men from below!

Take your soldiers for a drink.
Let a few more go.
Those that lap like dogs,
Well, send those fellows home!

Now, sneak into the camp site
Of your enemy.
Get your lanterns ready,
Bugles on key.

Shout, 'I serve the living God!'
Praise Me and, now, sing!
Know you serve a living God
Who can do anything!"

© 2004 by Joan Clifton Costner



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Bible Poem ~ David


DAVID

Little David, shepherd boy,
Sleeping there beneath the stars -
You may not know it, yet, but God
Knows the wonder that you are!

Just because you had to fight
To save your flock from enemies,
You were strengthened, in your soul,
And did for God a mighty thing!

Little David, with his sling -
Goliath (great and mighty, tall,
Armored, and so highly trained)
Fell the hardest of them all!

Little David, now the King,
Still can play the harp and lyre,
Sing the songs of God on high,
With the Spirit’s mighty power!

© 2004 by Joan Clifton Costner




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Friday, October 14, 2011

Making Fall Count

Treasure Box Preschool ~ Fall



          



Making Fall Count



A Song For Preschoolers

By: Susan Y Nikitenko

October 14th 2011

1 - 2 - 3
Rake the leaves;
Into a pile of fun.
4 -5 -6
Do some flips;
Start out with a run.
7 - 8- 9
fall is a time;
To enjoy the leaves.
Then comes 10;
Jump right in;
With your playtime friends.



I'm sure that when God created the fall season 
He had children in mind when He gave us the leaves.


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