Sunday, April 22, 2012

Billy's Adventure.


Billy is visiting his Grandpa at the farm for the first time. He sat on the porch waiting for his Grandpa to come out. When all of the sudden, Billy heard a sound. "Meh, Meh, meh." What did Billy hear? Billy stepped off the porch and followed the sound. He proceeded to walk toward a fence. He peeked through the wooden fence. Billy noticed it was a goat. Billy reached to pet the goat when he heard another sound. "Neigh, neigh, neigh." What did Billy hear? Billy took a stroll around the barn. He stood in front of a horse. Billy approached the horse when he heard another sound. "Moo, moo, moo." What did Billy hear? Billy stepped inside the barn. He spotted a cow. Billy inched closer when he heard another sound. This sound came from outside the barn. "Quack, quack, quack." What did Billy hear? Billy dashed outside the barn. He went across the field and sprinted toward the pond. Billy observed two ducks. Billy's adventure continued when he heard another sound. "Oink, oink, oink." What did Billy hear? He walked past a tractor and skipped over some rocks when he found a pen. Billy took a look at a pig. Billy's eyes lit up when he heard another sound. "Honk, honk, honk." What did Billy hear? He went past an oak tree and under a fence. Billy gazed at a pair of geese. Billy tried to mimic the geese when he heard another sound. "Baa, baa, baa." What did Billy hear? He walked around the fence and stood in front of a gate. Billy stared at a dozen sheep. Billy started walking back to the house when he heard another sound. "Billy, where are you?" What did Billy hear? Billy sprinted toward the porch. He found his Grandpa waiting for him. Billy ran toward Grandpa and jumped into his arms. "Wow!" Billy shouted, "you have so many animals here." Grandpa took Billy's hand and led him toward the barn. "Let's go see these animals." 


Monday, April 9, 2012

A bald man who wanted to fly.




There was a bald man who wanted to fly.
I don't know why he wanted to fly,
He wouldn't tell me why.
There was a bald man who bought a kite.
He ran for miles and hoped he would take flight.
He bought the kite so he can fly.
I don't know why he wanted to fly,
He wouldn't tell me why.
There was a bald man who bought a hot air balloon.
He slipped inside and hoped to reach the moon.
He bought the balloon to replace the kite.
He bought the kite so he can fly.
I don't know why he wanted to fly,
He wouldn't tell me why.
There was a bald man who bought a airplane kit.
He assembled the kit and hope he would fit.
He bought the kit to replace the balloon.
He bought the balloon to replace the kite.
He bought the kite so he can fly.
I don't know why he wanted to fly,
He wouldn't tell me why.
There was a bald man who built a space ship.
He tried to fly it at a airstrip.
He built the spaceship to replace the airplane.
He bought the airplane to replace the balloon.
He bought the balloon to replace the kite.
He bought the kite so he can fly.
I don't know why he wanted to fly,
He wouldn't tell me why.
There was a bald man who promised his bride,
he would give her the moon.
He was better off to play a tune,
so they can go on their honeymoon. 

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

EASTER?


We're bombarded with commercials, we're flooded with ads, billboards display it, stores promote it, books are even published about EASTER. The world wants you to believe it's about a bunny.
But this Sunday should be celebrated for other reasons. It's not about a religion, not about rituals or traditions. It's about someone who took your place on the cross. This incredible action showed how much God loves you, that he sent his son to die on the cross for your sins. Jesus lives today waiting for you to accept his free gift of salvation. All you have to do is acknowledge Jesus as your savior. Please read the following poem and let's start celebrating Easter for the right reason. 

ABC's on Salvation.

A ll of us have sinned and gone astray.
B ut there is hope for us here today.
C all on our Savior Jesus, when you pray,
D o this now and he will lead the way.
E ver since, the moment Jesus came,
F aith reminds us to believe his name.
G od sent his son to save you and me,
He died and rose again to set us free,
I f there is one message we need to hear,
J esus gave a promise to always be near.
K eep this in mind, whatever you do,
L eave it in his hands and he will help you.
M ore you know him, the message becomes clear,
N o love is greater than what he did here.
O n that wooden cross, he showed his love,
P art of a plan that came from God above.
Q uery minds there can be no doubt,
R epent of your sins, there is no way out.
S alvation is found, so be sorry for your sin,
T his moment now, your new life can begin.
U ntil he returns, let us not forget.
Victory is for those who are already set.
With Jesus help, in the life he gave,
X is marked to say you are saved.
You know this message that you have heard,
Z ealous hearts are needed to spread the word.

Sunday, April 1, 2012

The Garden that Zack Grew.




This is the garden that Zack grew.













 This is the flower, that lived in the garden, that Zack grew.













This is the bee, that sat on the flower, that lived in the garden, that Zack grew.












This is the bird, that chased the bee, that sat on the flower, that lived in the garden, that Zack grew.















This is the cat, that scared the bird, that chased the bee, that sat on the flower, that lived in the garden, that Zack grew.










This is the boy, who caught the cat, that scared the bird, that chased the bee, that sat on the flower, that lived in the garden, that Zack grew.


This is the mother, all tired and worn, that fed the boy, who caught the cat, that scared the bird, that chased the bee, that sat on the flower, that lived in the garden, that Zack grew.


This is the father, all dirty and torn, that helped the mother, all tired and worn, that fed the boy, who caught the cat, that scared the bird, that chased the bee, that sat on the flower, that lived in the garden, that Zack grew.



This is the neighbor, who bought the corn, from the father all dirty and torn, that helped the mother, all tired and worn, that fed the boy, who caught the cat, that scared the bird, that chased the bee, that sat on the flower, that lived in the garden, that Zack grew.

This is the dog, who barked in the morn, that woke the neighbor, who bought the corn, from the father, all dirty and torn, that helped the mother, all tired and worn, that fed the boy, that caught the cat, that scared the bird, that chased the bee, that sat on the flower, that lived in the garden, that Zack grew.


This is the musician, who plays the horn, that roused the dog, that barked in the morn, that woke the neighbor, who bought the corn, from the father, all dirty and torn, that helped the mother, all tired and worn, that fed the boy, who caught the cat, that scared the bird, that chased the bee, that sat on the flower, that lived in the garden, that Zack grew.


This is Zack who grew the garden.