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Kitchen Prayer Recipe

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Bonnye Engebos
Added: Sunday, August 5, 2007

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Oh let my simple kitchen, Lord
Be speak my humble duty
May I through serving others
Contribute to life's beauty.
May all who come unto my door
Find friendship at my table
And may I always freely share
With those who are less able.
Although my deeds may not be great
Let my kitchen echo my prayer
That everyone who needs friend or food
Find satisfaction there.
Amen.

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