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From: Suckerbill <hdmclean@pbol.net>
Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2004 00:21:17 -0600
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Hello There;

It is a good Day.

Inside every mind is a structure of faith
Whether strong or weak it may be
But if it's devided between love and hate
Then the fall of this structure you'll see

It cannot remain standing devided
It's written as a warning to all 
Yet the number continue increasing 
The devided that mentally fall.

A Devided House Cannot Stand. When the mouth is like a river.


This is the mouth of a river-With the water both bitter and sweet,
On the right is a current of goodness-On the left is a flow of deceite.

But this river can't last very long-For devided it looses it's strength,
And it hasn't a positive channel-To determine the depth and the length.

Now their's many a river like this one-Thats loosing it's flow every day,
And I guess as a point of nature-That leaves but just one thing to say.

That for all the big rivers or streams that there be-Have a positive course to the ocean or sea.

St. Matthew 7:14
Because strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it.

Harold Dean McLean
Received on Tuesday, 27 January 2004 04:38:13 UTC

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