Treasure Island

Frank McEleny

Fill me Lord

Fill me up and fill my cup
Fill every part of me
That I would be intimately connected
To the precious olive tree

Fill me with your Love o Lord
And fill me with your praise
That I may walk each day with you
And love would fill my days

Fill me with your mercy Lord
And humble me within
Fill me with forgiveness Lord
And wash away my sin

Fill the deepest parts of me
That no one else can fill
Wash me Lord and clean my hands
And take me up that Hill

Fill me with abundance Lord
That overflows my heart
Fill me with assurance Lord
That you will never part

Fill me now and evermore
To walk until I'm done
To run the race before me Lord
That you've already won

And as I take my dying breath
Fill me even then
Then raise me up and fill my cup
That I may praise again

Submitted: Tuesday, September 10, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 11, 2013

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  • Piyush Dey (9/10/2013 1:38:00 PM)

    Fill me with your mercy Lord
    And humble me within
    Fill me with forgiveness Lord
    And wash away my sin
    Lovely feelings inked on the paper. (Report) Reply

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