Out you go! Let your God rescue now! Ha! Ha! Oh, dear Lord Don’t let me die of cold in Siberia! I walk in the snow for many hours What is this I see afar off? A big polar bear walking towards me Picks me up in his two front paws “Am I your lunch?” “What happened to you?” “I was thrown out of a helicopter I will not stop preaching the Gospel Whether to my neighbours Or to prison colleagues No matter the cost” “The journey will be many hours long My little man, you need to rest” I sleep, what else can I do? In his warm den I now sleep on Morning breaks and the bear is gone Too tired, too surprised and too stunned I wait for fate What will happen now? I hear a noise At my feet he drops a bag “My little man, here is your food” “Thank you, dear Lord for this meal” For three more days It’s the same pattern “Time to move on, my little man!” Picking me up we set off again For an unknown destiny He puts me down “Farewell my little man!” A forest afar off and people talking I approach and tell them my story “We have to be crazy to believe But come and see And you will understand” A row of twenty bags of lunches All hanging neatly on the wire fence “One always went missing The past three days We believe your account” My Little friends Don’t despise the workings of the Lord He can use the pet rabbit next door! Or the robin in your back garden! So watch out! He may even choose to use you!
A true story told me by a Romanian pastor (except for the talking polar bear!)