by Jeff Strite

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Jesus Loves Me (4 of 4)
Series: A Child Like Faith
Jeff Strite
Ephesian 3:7-21

OPEN: Years ago, a large Atlanta church was televising the service where they had asked a retired 92 year minister preach from its pulpit. There was a warm welcome as he was introduced and, as the applause quieted down, the old man rose from his high back chair and walked slowly, with great effort to the podium.
Without a note or written paper of any kind, he placed both hands on the pulpit to steady himself and then quietly and slowly he began to speak.
"When I was asked to come here today and talk to you, your preacher asked me to tell you what was the greatest lesson I ever learned in my 50 odd years of preaching. I thought about it for a few days and boiled it down to just one thing that made the most difference in my life and sustained me through all my trials. The one thing that I could always rely on when tears and heart break and pain and fear and sorrow paralyzed me. The only thing that would comfort was this verse:
"Jesus loves me this I know. For the Bible tells me so.
Little ones to him belong, We are weak but he is strong.
Yes, Jesus loves me... The Bible tells me so."
When he finished, the church was so quiet you actually could hear his foot steps as he shuffled back to his chair. (

SING: "Jesus loves me this I know for the Bible tells me so
Little ones to Him belong we are weak but He is strong
Yes Jesus loves me, yes Jesus loves me,
Yes Jesus loves me, the Bible tells me so!
Jesus loves me he who died heaven's gate to open wide
He will wash away my sin let His little child come in
Yes Jesus loves me, yes Jesus loves me,
Yes Jesus loves me, the Bible tells me so!"

This is one of the most popular Christian songs ever written.
It is arguably as well known as Amazing Grace and Silent Night.
It is taught by Christian parents and teachers to their children from the day they can speak. And it has been translated into ...

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