by Selia Qynn 1998

Humpty Dumpty sat on the wall.
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.
All the king's horses and all the king's men
Couldn't put Humpty together again.

They were all very sad as you could well guess,
Since they did not know how to deal with the mess.
For they were only a king, and horses and men,
And simply did not know where to begin.

But you don't have to worry about Humpty's demise.
See, good news abounds; just lift up your eyes.
The egg can be fixed and the hurt, it will mend.
Upon this, I tell you, we can depend.

All things are possible, for God is our Father.
And you might ask yourself, "Well why should he bother
With Humpty? - just a silly old egg after all;
And a clumsy one too, since he fell from his wall."

Well I tell you He'll fix it and I'll tell you now why.
He saw Humpty fall and He saw the king cry.
And He sees us, the men, all riding around;
Discouraged with all of this mess on the ground.

And He sees when we turn to Him in our plight
And He really does love us with all of His Might.
I know this is true and that He would not tease us
By the proof that he sent us His Son, our dear Jesus.

We fell from God's Heaven from one piece to many.
Now we're all separate pieces with troubles aplenty.
If you can understand what I have just spoken,
Humanity was once like the egg, unbroken.

We all carry some of the egg's broken pieces;
And with each unkind word, the number increases.
But don't be discouraged and try not to fuss;
For here is the thing God is asking of us:

As He has loved us, let us love one another.
Keep this in mind when you deal with your brother.
And be loving and giving and trust in the Lord.
All pieces will match up and then be restored.

God promised us Heaven, so let Him guide your hearts;
And He will restore all of poor Humpty's parts.
So don't you give up. Just keep trusting in Him.
All the pieces will go back together again.