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Ten Lepers
2016-07-15
Am inspired. May your anointing never dry in Christ name.
Prophet Abraham Oluniyi Obasa
Ten Lepers
2013-12-31
Helped me prepare my sermon today!
Kannan
Ten Lepers
2013-11-29
Jews and Samaritans were not allowed to mix; neither were lepers and healthy. Jesus cured ten lepers; only one came back to thank him, a Samaritan:-lesson one. Lepers mixed:-lesson two.
sean mcelgunn
Ten Lepers
2013-05-24
I thank God for directing me to your site. this a great help for me as a new children Sunday school teacher. Please keep on Going. God always remember things you do for HIM. God bless you>>>
ricky
Ten Lepers
2012-02-28
Thank you very much for such a great article and podcast! God bless you!
Elena
Ten Lepers
2011-06-12
They or both good ! Keep both unless there is a limit on words .
Ten Lepers
2011-02-03
I cringe when I hear one take the name of our Lord in vain. After recently hearing it freely, and numerously done by an associate, I wrote the following poem:

His Name In Vain

by Ron Tranmer ©

Commandments given by our God
Direct us here on earth.
How we choose to keep them
Will determine our soul’s worth.

The third commandment tells us
Not to take God’ s name in vain.
“If you love Me, Keep My commandments”,
This scripture makes it plain.

God will not “hold him guiltless”
Who degrades His Holy Name.
Such Disrespect for Deity,
Should make one feel great shame.

Respect the God who gave us life,
And Christ, who died for you.
Treat their name’s with reverence
In all you say and do.
Ron Tranmer
Ten Lepers
2010-11-07
I made a change, I think for the better, to the last stanza of my "The "The Grateful Leper" poem. It now is:

The Grateful Leper
by Ron Tranmer ©


The Bible tells the story
of ten lepers, I recall.
They came with hope in Jesus
and He healed them, one and all.

But only one of them turned back,
and gave thanks on bended knee,
at the feet of Christ who healed him
from his awful leprosy.

Do we show a grateful heart
to our Father up above,
for the blessings that He gives us,
and His never ending love?

Like the returning leper,
may we too, on bended knee,
give thanks to Christ our Savior
who died for you and me.

(Let me know if you think the original was better.)

Ron Tranmer
Ron Tranmer
Ten Lepers
2010-10-23
Here's a poem I wrote that relates to this wonderful story.
Ron Tranmer

Gratitude

The Bible tells the story
of ten lepers, I recall.
They came with hope in Jesus
and He healed them, one and all.

But only one of them turned back,
and gave thanks on bended knee
at the feet of Christ who healed Him
from his awful leprosy.

Do we show a grateful heart
to our Father up above,
for the blessings that He gives us,
and His never ending love?

May the lesson of the leper
be one we will always heed
as we show a grateful heart
with each action, and each deed.

by Ron Tranmer ©
Ron Tranmer
Ten Lepers
2010-02-27
May the Lord richly bless the team that is behind making this site available to rich the unreached with the word of the living God. It amazing, wonderfully done.Thank q. Thnk q Thank q. God bless.
nk
Ten Lepers
2009-04-21
thank you so much for this site it is wonderful that we can get these lessons online and use them. many blessings to you and yours

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