HUMBLEY I BOW
Humbley I bow oh Lord, and come to you in prayer;
Asking your sweet forgiveness, and help with the burdens I bare.
Please forgive me of my sins, cover me with your love;
Streangthen me for I am weak, Lord of hosts above.
I know that you are with me, for your, holy word can not lie;
Lord fill my heart with with your sweet peace, and wipe the tears I cry.
I know that you can hear me Lord, I bow before your, throne;
Please lift my heart above the pain, and mark me as your, own.
So I may feel deep in my heart, that I belong to you;
That you are always by my side, in all I, m going through.
Please guide me each and every step, as my life unfolds;
taking care of each new need, what a beauty your, love to behold.
I thank you oh Lord for everything, both the good and the bad;
weather my heart is happy, heavy, burdoned or sad.
For everything works together for good, you have told me so;
Knowing that your in control of my life, is all I need to know.
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