Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Friday, October 23, 2009
Please Don’t Change Me
By Kurt Hardy
You constantly are trying to change me,
always wanting to rearrange me
I just want to be myself!
I am not like you,
I can’t do what you do
I’m just me, and nobody else.
If I start to say no, you will say yes.
You can’t read my mind, so why second-guess?
When I want to go, you want to stay.
Whether right or wrong, it’s always your way.
We don’t need to fight or argue and shout.
I know if we try, we can work things out.
By working together, we’ll both soon see,
If I let you be you, and you let me be me
“Our lives will blend into sweet harmony.”
Thursday, October 22, 2009
(I Corinthians 1:4)
Little things that you do
is the reason I love you
Little things that you say
bring a blessing everyday
You gave me a call,
when I didn’t know what to do
And the note that said,
“I am praying for you”
When I was out of work,
I found groceries at my door
Like all the little things
you have done before
Had you preached your bible
I would not have received
But you showed me love
and for that, I believe
You brought joy to my life
and a new song to sing
Thank you for all the little things.
The Gift of Friendship”
Receiving the gift of friendship
Is not something you buy
Like a hat in the store
That you put on and try
But something that is precious
More than silver and gold
You cherish its’ value
Forever to hold
A friend is not someone
You feel you have to win
For true friendship is love
That never has an end
When God was giving gifts
And said they were free
I'm grateful He gave me you
for all eternity
By Kurt Hardy
The family is a place that’s safe and sound
With lots of security and where love abounds
In the home, the family will learn the “Golden Rule”
You will never see that taught in the public schools
Parents are to instruct children in the right way to walk
Not through vain philosophies of Dr. Freud and Dr. Spock
In a loving humble home, children learn the values on “how to live”
Not through ivory covered universities and the money we give
Degrees of education our children may find
As they struggle up the ladder in life to climb
But, learning to live a Godly life
To raise a family as husband and wife
This is a treasure more valuable than gold
Its blessings are richer than a diploma to hold