This book of poetry is written to encourage a better dependence upon God and a greater solidarity to the poor and needy people of the world. It takes the risk to approach the problems of the poor from the viewpoint of the Sovereign God, and it does so with the intent to encourage a sense of compassion in our human societies. While the book speaks about the problems of the poor countries, it is a book for all people who love and value the teachings of God. For what gift is greater than teaching t. . .