'Fall At The Feet Of Jesus'
Fall at the feet of Jesus
Leave all of your cares there with Him.
Bring your stripes and burdens carried
Be forgiven… of all your sins.
Humbling as this moment may be
That’s what He has asked of me and you.
It’s all what He wants of us
Releasing that little child… inside of you.
When we were but mere babies
We learned to crawl…before time to stand.
Our steps were made very cautiously
Before we took off and to our Father or Mother ran.
But to fall at the feet of Jesus
Now that’s not really a fall at all.
For God will help you stand in Him
Standing up…and standing tall.
By: Linda Winchell
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