Dwayne Bailey

(03-08-1965 / San Pedro California)


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.

Submitted: Sunday, October 05, 2008
Edited: Sunday, October 05, 2008
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  • David Threadgold (10/5/2008 3:42:00 AM)

    Hi Dwayne. Its always reassuring to know if we are being controlled that we are being controlled for the better not the worse things in life. well written interesting read. Regards Dave T. must be a 10/10 (Report) Reply

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