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Kneel

Kneel

It happens in church and in church school
Children are taught that praying is cool.
God loves you, He took the cross for you
Talk to Him, He'd love a feel
Kneel in prayer and seal the deal.

 
This post is linked with ABC Wednesday.

Comments

Anonymous said…
Very clever and well said :)
interesting how some stand w hands outstretched, some kneel, some sit - it's all good...
ROG, ABC Wednesday team
interesting how some stand w hands outstretched, some kneel, some sit - it's all good...
ROG, ABC Wednesday team
January said…
kabut-an sa mga bata.. hehe

aws ABC Wed naman diay ni.

Nice K post!

visit mine too

K for Keypad
January said…
followed you..diay pud hehe
Ms. Burrito said…
We always pray before we start our class Tita.

Have a little tour of Korea, come by and see.
magiceye said…
lovely take on the theme
Rajesh said…
Wonderful gesture.
Carver said…
Kneel is a good choice for the K day.
Indrani said…
Fantastic take on 'K'.
chubskulit said…
During the olden times spanish era maybe), parents make their kids kneel on mongo when they do bad things, that's according to what my Lolo used to tell us hehehe..
Chie Wilks said…
it's a great ABC share...it is nice to teach children at early age to enjoy the presence of God

Keys
Mona said…
We should teach children to kneel at early age especially in praying ..
helenmac said…
Your contribution takes me right back to my grade school days -- mostly very good memories, thank you.

HelenMac, ABC Wednesday Team
Gigi Ann said…
If you have bad Knees, Kneeling is painful. I'm so glad I don't feel the need to Kneel when I pray.
Avi said…
Hi Des! Salamat sa pag-agi sa akong book blog! Di kau klarong hangol ug libro noh? lol! As in jud. Last year kay grabe jud ba, nagtarget kog basa 150 books, up to 60 kapin ra kay nag-study2 kuno. karon gitapol pa kay nag apas ug maka 90 posts aron makaapil sa payU. lol. pero bitaw, nice jud. Kabasa naka atong mortal instruments? nindot to ba..as in! Tong kay Jane Austen nga quirky book isa to sa akong target basahon. Unya, tong spring book fair diri, as in 3 jud ka Jane Austen ako nabitbit! Lol. Unsa ka, tradional book or e-book?

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