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Dorian Petersen Potter


My Plea To God (Messenger)


I always make sure that I seek God
I know is the smart thing to do
Faith and hope will help me through.

You sustain me when I fall
Father I give it all to you
You hear my prayers every day

Lord help me see things clear
And more like you each year

In you Lord I trust all my whole life
Without you I'd conpletely lost
You hold me dear thru lifes storms

You're my savior, I love you
You forgive my sins, you're my lord
And you can use me anyway you want

Lord help me see things clear
And more like you each year.

Submitted: Saturday, August 03, 2013
Edited: Friday, August 30, 2013

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'Messenger' is a poetry style created by Christina R. Jussaume.

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