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A Simple Life, a Childlike Faith

A Simple Life, a Childlike Faith

Love for the Father and the Son

Shelly Demeree is a 34 year old woman who is mentally challenged.  Her poetry has been published in various publications, including Connecting Point, monthly newsletter for The Special Gathering, a ministry within the developmentally disabled community.

Love for the Father and the Son
By Michelle Demeree
Melbourne, Florida

You must love the Father and the Son.

Only in God’s love can you find

your inner self.

You must find faith to pray to God.

You must work on your own

to find out about your feelings.

You can find your inner

self when you go with

the Lord.

  • Rob Kerby, Senior Editor

    Delightful! So good to be able to start the morning reading Linda Howard again.

    • http://specialgathering.wordpress.com Linda G. Howard

      Thank you, Rob.

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