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Author Name: Freerandy johnson 1 Comments
Date Added: August 24, 2014 20:08:15 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Type: Rhyming
Category: Religious Add To Favorites | Text Only
Abraham and Isaac
I'm Abraham and God told me to kill my son.
I didn't want to do it but I had to do what God ordered to be done.
I was about to stab Isaac but God said to spare him, he didn't really want him dead.
God only wanted to see how far I'd go to serve him, he told me to kill a Ram instead.
After this happened, God blessed me and I began to cry.
I am so happy because my only son didn't have to die.
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Comment By: FreeLast Temple Knight on August 28, 2014 05:19:03 PM Report
A test of faith can truly show how deep that faith is. LTK


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