In these pages you'll find a series of short religious rhymes that are easy to remember and perfect for the introduction of children to the concept of religion. However, because some of the concepts expressed may need explaining, it is best these rhymes be read in the company of an adult.
Many are not connected to any particular Bible verse while some are, but all with a Biblical theme. I intend these rhymes to reflect the general truth of the Lord's love, concern, and protection of us — a short passage that can be repeated with the intent to remind us that no matter the circumstance, the future is bright.
Adults may, also, discover one or two rhymes reflecting a particular thought or incident in their lives. Some might want to print and frame a few of these rhymes to place on display at home, office, or anywhere appropriate, but not for republish or sale. Remember, everything here-in is copyrighted. Otherwise, I hope you enjoy my meager attempts at rhyming.
As a gift at no cost, and at the end of the rhymes, I have added my message to all.
The message is intended to gladden the hearts of all who feel they may have lost their salvation in some way.
If you are a minister, please feel free to use the contents of this message in your next sermon if you feel it appropriate.
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Marsell was born in Detroit Michigan in the year of… well, a good while ago. After graduating from Cass Technical High School, Marsell went to work for the Chrysler Corporation as a conveyor loader. Shortly after beginning his employment with Chrysler, he married, and fathered three children. Thirty-one years later, and after having gained the position of production supervisor, he retired at fifty. After retiring, he began playing golf everyday and all day. Having lowered his handicap to near scratch, and winning a tournament at even par, and behind a debilitating shoulder injury, he was unable to continue playing. He had a lot of free time on his hands, whereupon, he took up writing as a hobby and time killer and discovered he had talent for spinning a yarn. After pounding out eleven urban fictions, covering everything from drug use, prostitution, gang crime, murder, and romance/erotica, and having always been a science fiction fan from his teenage years, he thought he’d try his hand at writing a Sci-Fi tale, which culminated in his first work “Alien Plot - First Contact” now retitled "Alien Offensive - Nanobot Storm" and its four sequels, is now released from his publisher with talk of it being produced as a movie not because he is such a great writer, but because of its unique, previously unexplored, plot. He still lives in Detroit, and being a compulsive writer, he spends most of his time wearing out his third keyboard replacement, while doing what he loves doing — writing more tales with unique story lines.