If You Want to Have a Friend, Why Not Become One?

by Roxanne Dubarry

Preface

If you want to have a friend, why not become one?

Jesus Christ loves all of the little of the world.

Red, brown, yellow and white they are "precious in his sight."


If you want to have a friend, why not become one?

Jesus Christ loves all the little children of the world.

Red, brown, yellow and white, "they are precious in his sight."

Jesus Christ loves them more all of his heavenly angels.

And his heavenly angels also love them too!

If you want to have a friend, why not become one?

Jesus Christ loves the little children more than all of

the bright twinkling stars that shine in the night time sky.

He promises to wash all of their tear drops from their eyes.

If you want to have a friend, why not become one?

Jesus Christ loves them more than Venus and Mars.

He loves them more than the sun, the moon and stars.

He faithfully promises to listen to their bedtime prayers.

If you want to have a friend, why not become one?

Jesus Christ loves the little children of the world. He loves them

more than all the grains of sand on the sea shore. He wants their

hearts to become an open door. Every day he only loves them more.

If you want to have a friend why not become one?

Jesus Christ loves the little children of the world.

He loves them more than the white clouds in the summer sky.

He promises to wash all of their tear drops from their eyes.

If you want to have a friend, why not become one?

Jesus Christ loves the little children of the world.

He loves them more than the blue and black birds in the sky.

He loves them more than the the fish and dolphins swimming in the sea.

If you want to have a friend why not become one?

Jesus Christ loves all of the little children of the world.

He loves them more than all the animals, snakes and birds in the zoo.

All he wants the little children too, learn to love and trust him too!

Love in Christ Jesus!

Roxanne Lea Dubarry

Roxy Lea 1954

Roxy 1954/ October Country

January 22, 2020

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