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Jordan Moore


A stirring within.


A stirring in my heart,
Gets me going from the start,
I praise your name,
And let go of all my shame,
I jump around,
To the beat of the sound,
I raise my hands,
To the God filled band,
My soul ignites,
And I cry out for your light,
I praise out loud,
And am completely wowed,
I let go of all my fear,
Because i know you are here,
My body tingling,
I dance like crazy,
My vision gone hazy,
I dance for your grace,
That is filled in this place,
I lift up my eyes,
To the beauty filled skies,
I thank the lord for what he has done,
Protected me, healed me, saved me through his son,
And I ask for forgiveness of the sin in my life,
The things that I do that cause people strife,
I give up myself in the moment,
And I long for peace, and atonement,
And BAM! i feel at peace,
The Corus has ceased,
The drums and bass low
I am tingling from head to toe,
I don't feel distasteful
I am forgiven by the one who is graceful,
I fight with my might,
and never loose sight,
Of the good and upright,
The people who say hey,
Let's honor the lord this day

Submitted: Tuesday, November 01, 2011

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