Catherine Weinercweiner.jpg

University of Florida
August 2006

ON THE DUSTY roads of nowhere,
there is famine in the land,
Little children wailing, bleeding,
begging for a loving hand.

In the land that we call freedom,
people rush from here to there
With their pockets full of riches,
focused on their own affairs.

As lice and worms crawl up their skin
and tears fall from their eyes,
They talk in tongues in the upper room
and snack on apple pies.

Skinny cows and leafless trees,
one hundred and twenty-two degrees.
Mrs. Mary’s darling dachshund
drag’s his belly ’cross the floor
In the air-conditioned houses,
in the land where they have more.

Drive by shootings, tribal warfare,
adults must settle scores,
And the children stand by pleading
for the love and care they’re needing,
While the rich man sits there reading
about his tickets and his seating.

On the dusty roads of nowhere,
little children walk hand in hand
Picking through the dirt and garbage,
through the refuse and the sand.

Who will go and feed the children,
rescue them from their despair
Clothe them, love them, heal them,
lead them, be an answer to their prayer?

Other Poems

A Psalm of Life

And Can it Be

Above the Hills of Time

And Can it Be

Be Thou My Vision

Cast out Again

Christ Arose!

Christ Beside Me

Christ the Lord is Risen Today!

Come Thou Long Expected Jesus

For the Beauty of the Earth

Found in Translation


from The Prelude

God of Grace and God of Glory

Hark the Hearld Angel Sings

He Leadeth Me

Holy Spirit, Truth Divine

Hymn of the Evening

I Surrender All

Joy to the World

Like a River Glorious


My Faith Looks Up to Thee

National Hymn - God of Our Fathers

O Love That Will Not Let Me Go

O, The Deep, Deep, Love of Jesus

Parable of Immortality


Sweet Hour of Prayer

The Battle Hymn of the Reformation

The Building of the Ship

The Church's One Foundation

The Landing of the Pilgrims

This Present Crisis

Three Days

We've A Story to Tell to The Nations

mikebickf.jpg“Bob and Rose Weiner's passion for Jesus and for the lost is contagious. For many years we have seen the good fruit from their leadership in mobilizing young people. The vision and strategy that God has given them to raise up 1 million full time young people to go into the harvest fields to win back the United States and the World for Jesus is doable and inspiring. I recommend Bob and Rose Weiner's ministry and I believe that any investment you make will result in good fruit.”

--Mike Bickle - International House of Prayer of Kansas City

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