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Open Our Eyes


As your heavens are higher than this earth below
Your ways and thoughts are higher still, than all we are or ever know

The smallest elements within this world are things we never knew
The largest things in your universe are far beyond our view

So why is it hard to comprehend a God we cannot see or feel?
The intricacies of your universe display your glory in all that you reveal

Your creation, great and small, lie within and far beyond our view
From nothing, all exists in a spoken word by you

Your strength eclipse the greatest star
Your thoughts exceed our thoughts by far
Your love is deeper than the deepest sea
Your grace opens our eyes that we may see

Submitted: Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, November 12, 2013

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