Debra Stewart


A Word from The I Am


Children I beseech thee, come unto me
I have come to bring greater things upon you
My Son has come for you to follow through
The blood of My Son is among you

Come children Come
For I Am the I Am

For this is the last of the last days
For I speak boldly in a strong way
Come children, and seek My face
Eternal life is what I have given you all

Come children Come
For I Am the I Am

I have sent My Son Jesus to die for you
I ask you church to bring souls to Him
I am by faith, the blind cannot see
Tell the lost about Jesus and they'll be set free

Come children Come
For I Am the I Am

For I speak unto you that I am your Father
For I love you children that I gave My only Begotten Son
Bring Me the unsaved, for you know who I am
For this is the last of the last days

Come children Come
For I Am the I Am

This I give to you in peace
You shall not fear for I am near
For I am your divine vine and you are my branches
Pray, and blessings will pour out among you

Come children Come
For I Am the I Am



by Debra Stewart, August 2009

Submitted: Sunday, October 25, 2009

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