My 3 White Dresses Matted Print with Poem

My 3 White Dresses Matted Print with Poem


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My Three White Dresses My mom bought me a white dress Not red or pink or blue. She said it was a special dress Like very other few. There has been just one before A dress now put away That I wore sometime ago upon my blessing day. As a little baby clothed In my first white dress My dad held me in his arms There to name and bless. So pure and clean was I just then With time to grow and learn About the Father€™s plan for me My glory I must earn. Now I€™ve reached the age to judge the wrong road from the right And I am here to be baptized In this dress of white. So once again I€™m free from sin. The path is clear to me. I€™ll grasp the rod and hold on tight I vow with certainty. Just as mud would stain my dress Sin would stain my soul. The key is to repent or bleach For whiteness is my goal. And if I try my very best Then rightly blessed I€™ll be wearing inside God€™s holy house White dress number three. So today I make this pledge: I€™ll strive to choose the right Though his sacred baptism ordinance In my second dress of white. Poem by: Linda Gay Perry Nelson 1993 Printed by permission of the author Ivory Matte €“ Item # AP2M1 Blue Matte €“ Item #AP2M2

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