Patricia Kelley

(March 11 1957 / Oklahoma)

The Law of Reciprocity

God's Law of reciprocity is part of Heaven's foundation.
It last through all duration,
It's part of the law of Creation.
It was created to get us through all situations.
Whatever, we give in this life comes back.
Without any slack,
We know we're on the right track.
When we tithe, God gives us back tenfold.
It's not always in gold.
It can be protecting us from a cold.
It can protect us from all, so I've been told.
When we pray, others pray.
Praying for our health!
Praying for our wealth!
Prayer is our stealth.
It's a miracle getting ready to happen.
You're tapping into the miracle fountain.
That can give you the faith to move any mountain.
It's the law of reciprocity.
When we open up our home to the homeless,
God brings a child, to the childless.
It's all part of the law of reciprocity.
If you give love,
You will get back love.

Submitted: Tuesday, February 26, 2013
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