Sept. 16, 2005
"National Day of Prayer and Remembrance"
for the Victims of Hurricane Katrina.
Pastor Gerry M. Kaye
How shall we forget?
The poor, the disabled, the feeble,
the thirsty, hungry,
The desperate, assaulted, the pleading,
The mourners, the searching, the giving
How shall GOD Forget?
What then shall we pray?
There's a saying that comforts hearts of men,
when their beloved pass, embrace:
"They've gone to a better place."
Those who survive must start anew
with broken lives, this they must do,
and pray for a better place; yet,
How shall we ever forget?
In the Name of our LORD,
Let there be a moment of silence.
The House of Prayer
"HELP US..IN HEAVEN"
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Sept. 16, 2005 "National Day of Prayer and Remembrance" for the Victims of Hurricane Katrina.
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