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Dear Lord Jesus,
You thought of the lowly, the forgotten, the oppressed…
You thought of us all; and, through You, we are blessed.
You’re always the Good Shepherd, our Savior and friend.
If any setbacks befall us, you help things to mend.
You’re closer than a brother; and we can draw near
to You for Your assurance that there’s nothing to fear.
You loved the little children and do to this day.
For the unborn, young, or old, You’ve taught us to pray.
And also our enemies, You’ve said, are in great need
of prayers to be enlightened, that Your Word they might heed.
Obedient to Your Father, You went to Calvary’s hill.
You prayed that cup might pass, but accepted Your Father’s will.
Yes, what a friend we have in Jesus, as the hymn goes…
You died for all of mankind, and, praise God, You then arose.
P. A. Oltrogge
“Him God raised up on the third day, and showed Him openly, not to all the people, but to witnesses chosen before by God, even to us who ate and drank with Him after He arose from the dead.” Acts 10:40-41 NKJV
If you have a half hour, the following regards the unborn: