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Friday Freedom #23

All Aboard the Meme Express – Friday, April 10, 2009



At last! It’s Friday – time for Friday Freedom at the Meme Express.


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19 comments:

  1. Crossroads
    I love to speed, get it in gear, So why are we still standing here?

    http://www.associatedcontent.comarticle/830803/crossroads.html

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  2. Days of Sorrow - a Rhymed Motif of Angelic Grief
    The clouds grew thick as moistest moss; The crowds, they gathered, at a loss. The hosts above, their song they lost, As Jesus laid upon the cross To willingly accept the cost.

    http://www.associatedcontent.comarticle/407145/days_of_sorrow_a_rhymed_motif_of_angelic.html

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  3. Raise Your Palms Up High
    The Christian Palm Sunday celebration marks Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem (see Luke 19). Worshipers waved palm fronds as He passed. Christians still wave palms to worship the King of Kings, either with palm fronds or simply uplifted hands.
    http://www.associatedcontent.comarticle/1625504/raise_your_palms_up_high.html

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  4. An Easter Hunt (Easter Poem)
    An Easter Poem - Easter has become a season to celebrate spring - with bunnies, chicks, candy and flowers. What is the real meaning of Resurrection Sunday? Which came first, Jesus or the Easter Bunny? Which comes first today?
    http://www.associatedcontent.comarticle/1539803/an_easter_hunt_easter_poem.html

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  5. The Gospel Ladder
    The Gospel Ladder is a helpful method of sharing the story of Jesus and the eternal salvation God offers through Him with folks of all ages. We have used this in Sunday school, Vacation Bible school, Backyard Bible Clubs and other settings.
    http://www.associatedcontent.comarticle/1374413/the_gospel_ladder.html

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  6. Jelly Bean Gospel - an Easter Rhyme for Kids of All Ages
    This Easter rhyme explains the Good News of Jesus Christ for children of all ages. This is a simple way to tell the Gospel story, using delicious and colorful jelly beans!
    http://www.associatedcontent.comarticle/669397/jelly_bean_gospel_an_easter_rhyme_for.html

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  7. The Coming of the Light - Do You Belong to the King of Song?
    Poem - sprung from Isaiah 9 - of prophecy fulfilled and yet to be fulfilled: "The dwellers of darkness have seen a great light. The waiting is o'er, and day springs from night. For Jesus is come, as the prophets foretold, The world is fulfilled, and my cup's overflowed...."
    http://www.associatedcontent.comarticle/658613/the_coming_of_the_light_do_you_belong.html

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  8. Easter Traditions - How to Dye Your Own Easter Eggs
    Eggs contain the promise of new life, just as Easter reminds us of prophecy fulfilled, the resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ. Dyeing Easter eggs is a beloved tradition, creating colorful eggs to celebrate Resurrection Sunday. Here's how to do it.
    http://www.associatedcontent.comarticle/630925/easter_traditions_how_to_dye_your_own.html

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  9. His Story - a Poetic Tribute to the King Absolute
    Jesus is real is Israel. The song resounds o'er Heaven and hell. The world will see all lies dispel, As nature roars, His truth to tell.

    http://www.associatedcontent.comarticle/400830/his_story_a_poetic_tribute_to_the_king.html

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  10. Abundantly - a Poetic Plea for a Closer Walk with the Savior
    More of Jesus, less of me - Flesh may die; I rise to Thee, From this breath, eternally, Living full, abundantly.

    http://www.associatedcontent.comarticle/393817/abundantly_a_poetic_plea_for_a_closer.html

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  11. Salt is Significant
    "Those folks are the salt of the earth." What does it mean? This common expression is derived from Jesus' Sermon on the Mount (see Matthew 5-7). To understand it, we must examine uses of salt in biblical times.
    http://www.associatedcontent.comarticle/372916/salt_is_significant.html

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  12. Redeemed from Religion - a Rhymed Retelling of Release
    I've been redeemed, in Jesus' Name, From every false religion's game. For Jesus took my sin and shame, And I will never be the same.

    http://www.associatedcontent.comarticle/385460/redeemed_from_religion_a_rhymed_retelling.html

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