Franklin Spetuxolo Lateta

(24 August 1989 / Dutywa)

Great God Almighty.


Your majesty – I call your great name
For strength, for briliance, for buoyancy
Give me power and open my eyes
And I shall be wise in this wild world, like thee.

Your majesty- Great God Almighty
Heard my knock at your door and you did invaded,
You opened for me with my spirit and
I walked the long miles for life but
You reduced the distance.
I opened my hands for your precious gifts and you sprinkled holly blessings

God, the Heavenly Father
Be part of me and I will be part of the trinity
Be the provider, so I do not lose what I have
Be the light to lead me for all my days
Be the life that prolongs beings

God Heavenly Father
Give a role to play
Give me a channel to appear
Give all your blessings
God the father and the holly spirit

Submitted: Friday, May 08, 2009
Edited: Wednesday, May 12, 2010

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