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The Window

The Window Set above the kitchen sink A window, where she  Could pray and think.  As her visits came  More frequent and sure, The window began to  Show her more Than the quiet yard Where birds bathed  And the sky  With its glorious spray.  Scenes, people,  Places never known, And disaster that  Left them lost and alone.  “Why do I see this so terrible a sight?” A voice in her ear said, “Pray for the right. I need you to stand  In the gap tonight.” She cried and prayed Til the scenes went away.  Thus she came to this spot Day after day.  Visions and dreams  Of plights displayed Were calls from her God To come to the fray. 

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