Frank Pulver

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Be Strong and Bold Like A Lion


Memories will bring whatever is clear, as we see them through the windows of life,
This brings the reflections of everything good and everything bad in strife.
This should go through our head every hour,
Because with this we are feeling His cleansing power
So as we walk let’s remember that Christ is on our side,
Because without him, life is going to be one heck of a ride.
So as we grow up from the quiet and innocent Lamb like person,
Please remember as the old saying goes, “Be Strong and Bold as a Lion”, like His Son.
And take charge of your life and slow that scary ride down,
By doing this, it will show that you are Strong and Bold and
with Christ then you will handle any memory that will ever come around.

Submitted: Friday, May 17, 2013
Edited: Friday, May 17, 2013
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