A- for the Architect, Jesus is beautiful beyond discription.
B- For the Builder, Jesus is the Rock.
C- For the Carpenter, Jesus is the firm foundation.
D- For the Disciple, Jesus the Master.
E- For the Engineer, Jesus is the blueprint of God.
F- For the Fisherman, Jesus is the fisher of men.
G- For the Gardener, Jesus is the rose of Sharon.
H- For the Historian, Jesus is the Center of History.
I- For the Islander, Jesus is the greatest companion.
J- For the Jester, Jesus is the Comforter.
K- For the Kinsman, Jesus is the Riches beyond imagination.
L- For the Lovers, Jesus is the Lover of my soul.
M- For the Mariner, Jesus is the Lighthouse.
N- For the Nutritionist, Jesus is the Sustainer of strength.
O- For the Optomitrist, Jesus is the Vision.
P- For the Physicians, Jesus is the Healer.
Q- For the Quester, Jesus is the Prince.
R- For the Riders Jesus is the champion
S- For the Speakers, Jesus is the theme.
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