A new leadership generation has harnessed history. Here is “A Rap to Remember” a defining moment that will echo in eternity.
The kids want answers, not fancy dancers; They’re lookin’ for a hero, that’s when she showed – stoppin’ the jive, savin’ some lives; You know the score, been there before, gotta’ do more.
Can’t let the bridges burn, or children churn, when it’s our turn to stand and band together, and make a future better.
Stop and think, that’s the link to changing what you see in the Decision Tree; The way things oughta be.
*The music is from Waterbone. Tibetan children are singing, “A Child’s Prayer”.
Heavenly Father, are you really there?
And do you hear and answer every child’s prayer?
Some say that Heaven is far away,
But I feel it close around me as I pray.
Heavenly Father, I remember now
Something that Jesus told disciples long ago:
“Suffer the children to come to me.”
Father, in prayer I’m coming now to thee.
Pray, he is there; Speak, he is listening. You are his child; His love now surrounds you.
He hears your prayer; He loves the children. Of such is the kingdom of heaven.