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George David Denson

Birth Place
Birmingham, Alabama

Age Category

Birth month and day



Reading and writing poetry

Awards or achievements
Teacher of The Year

Marital status

Two Children, Jonathan, 23 and Kimberly 29, One grandchild, Braylen

Published works
Written Not With Ink, an edited book of letters written to God by students that I taught.

Volunteer work
Served for many years on the board of directors of the Guiding Hands For The Blind.

Poetry writing experience
Begin with in depth study of the Psalms in Graduate School.
Reborn through writing prayers for the Middle East Crisis.

State or country in which the poet resides

Testimony of saving faith for Christians only
I accepted Christ as my Saviour at the age of eight, and accepted the call to the ministry at the age of 17. I have been pastoring and/or working in Christian Education since 1973!

About the Poet
I am 52 years old, married for 32 years, father of two grown children,a
grandfather of one. I am a pastor/Christian educator.

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Chime Of The Day

March 3, 2021

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By James Pemberton
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Is your life filled with

 hopelessness and despair?

Have you ever considered

 taking time for prayer?


Talking with God, will bring to

you needed refreshment.

You can talk to God now!

 With no appointment!


He's here to listen.  To whatever

you have to say.

You'll find he is very close...

 just a prayer away.


Whatever problems you have. 

Whatever your needs may be.

God's love for you...  Through prayer... 

You'll begin to see!


Jesus is waiting for you

to all on his name.

It was for YOU that to earth he came.


Praying to him is a blessing

 of his atonement

He longs to meet your need. 

This very moment!


Allow HIM to remove all

of your worry and fear.

Pray to him now... 

He is always here!!!


By Jim Pemberton (c) 2007

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