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I Just Got Mooned

By: Susan Y Nikitenko
July, 2010

Our Lord has a wonderful since of humor. God has blessed me with two beautiful daughters that like to goof off. When I have felt down or disappointed, they try to make me laugh. I have done the same for them in past years. My daughter threatened me one day and said. "Mom, if you don't straighten up I'm going to moon you." We'll the shock of it all made me laugh. I told her she'd better not or she'd be in trouble. Well, I felt down again a couple days ago. While we were in the car my girls and my Son inlaw were threatening to moon me. I laughed and told them, "You'd better straighten up or I'm going to moon you." We were kidding of course, but we had a good laugh.

We went to the Massillon Tiger football game and while I was watching the game, I looked up at the dark sky and noticed a very dark cloud with a bright white edging. I watched as a harvest moon peeked out from behind a very black cloud. Slowly it arose to reveal a beautiful full bright moon. It looked bigger than normal. I started laughing hysterically. As I realized, I had just been mooned. I could hear God whisper to my heart. "I heard what you said, and I'm going to moon you." God always has the best medicine. He does, fill my heart with laughter.


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Sleepy Eyed



Sleepy Eyed

Susan Y Nikitenko
(Hill Billy Humor)

Went to church on Sunday mornin’.
My husband by my side.
When the preacher started preahin’;
My man got sleepy eyed.

His head it got real heavy like;
It nodded with a jerk.
But when I pinched him on the leg.
He sat there quite alert.

As soon as I thought all was well.
I saw he dripped some drool.
I pulled the hairs upon his arm.
He seemed to think me, cruel.

But it only cured His symptoms;
Just for a little bit.
I thought my life was over when;
His head fell with a hit.

I felt like sinkin’ in my chair.
When all eyes looked our way.
After that, my husband awoke;
To hear the preacher say.

It’s time to wake up Christian friend;
And listen to the Lord!
Don’t let Him find you sawing logs;
Or living like the world!

Too many Christians lulled asleep;
By devils lullabies.
Pray to the Lord and keep alert;
Beware of sleepy eyes.

Jesus left them in the garden.
He told them all to pray.
When He returned, they were asleep.
Will He find you that way?

My husband sat there quite awake.
Stunned by the preachers words.
Will he sleep in church again?
Or will his heart be stirred?

I guess we’ll find out next Sunday;
Whether He stays awake.
After that toe stompin’ sermon;
It should be a piece of cake.


Luke 22:46b
Why sleep ye? rise and pray, lest ye enter into temptation.

Mark 13:35-37
Watch ye therefore: for ye know not when the
master of the house cometh, at even, or at
midnight, or at the cockcrowing, or in the morning:
Lest coming suddenly he find you sleeping
And what I say unto you I say unto all, Watch.

This is a pretend story between my husband and me ...but yet quite true in some life out there in the world. I've witnessed this first hand in church. 

This is a story poem I made up for fun, but I have seen these things happen in church. When I've had a sleepless night I've had trouble staying awake myself. So I'm careful not to jump to conclusions with other people. It is quite funny to watch and we all need a good chuckle every know and then.

Be A Clown - By: Susan Y Nikitenko

 Romans 10:15 And how shall they preach, except they be sent? as it is written, How beautiful are the feet of them that preach the gospel of peace, and bring glad tidings of good things!
(KJV)
Be A Clown
by Susan Y Nikitenko
July 31st 2010

Up side down;
and inside out.
Will He smile;
or will He pout?

Zig and Zag;
A twirl and slide.
Will He shine
or will He hide?

Wear a hat,
A big red nose?
Tell a joke;
In funny cloths?

Will He dance;
A little jig?
Shake His hips
Cause they are big?

Will He laugh;
Or will He cry?
Will He burp;
or wear a pie?

Will He style;
A brand new style?
Will He stretch;
That extra mile?

Will He leave;
or will He stay?
Scratch His head?
Decide to play?

No, He won't;
Oh, yes He will.
He'll climb up
God's joyful hill.

Looking up;
Not looking down.
Cause His thoughts;
Are heaven bound.

Will He go ;
Dressed like a clown;
With good news;
From town to town?

Stretch it out;
a red balloon;
blow it up
and sing a tune.

Twist and turn
What will it be?
A bird or dog
A Chipanzee

God loves you;
and God loves me.
This the news;
of Calvary.

Jesus knows;
Our heartaches here.
He gives joy;
And wipes our tear.

Medicine;
When you are down.
Learn to laugh;
and be a clown.





Poetry And Other Materials On This Site Can Be Freely Used For Christian Bible Centered Non-Profit Ministries And must Remain Unchanged In Any Way. All Other Purposes Are With Permission Only. You May Make Requests At "treasurebox18@yahoo.com" All my poems with stories are both real and fictional designed to illustrate a biblical truth. All Rights Reserved. Please Include Site Name And Link To This Blog. Thank-You.