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Come As Little Children

Poem by: Stormbird Throneshaker

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written 10/29/1988

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Submitted: July 31, 2014

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Jesus told Nicodemus that he must be born again

But he didn't quite catch on to just what Jesus meant

It's a rebirth deep inside us, a renewing of our mind

And serving others instead of self all the time

Become as little children born of the water and the Spirit

And to the kingdom of God we'll draw nearer to it

For unless we do we'll never see to walk within

Lost without the new birth to die in our sin

Thank God for his baptism, thank him for his Word

Thank him for his Spirit, the Comforter as we have heard

Become as little children and be born again

And with our Father up in Heaven we shall reign

Just as little children come to their fathers

And hand in hand through this life they go

Let us then come to our Heavenly Father

So hand in hand eternal life we'll know


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written 10/29/1988

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