Tess Tessier

(04221974)

Redeemed


In my pain I wallowed in my sorrow
In my fear I was shallow and despaired
Lost all hope and felt unwanted

Knowing you always wanted me
knowing you were always accepting me
knowing you with your love embracing me
Depressed mind redeemed

With my tongue I lashed and stung
With my eyes I scolded and yearned
Lost all hope I felt unforgiving

Knowing you were always wanting me
Knowing you were always accepting me
Knowing you with your love embracing me
Depressed mind redeemed

In my faith I bring my burdens
In your grace I have been forgiven
In your name I repent
In your love I am reborn

Knowing you were always wanting me
Knowing you were always accepting me
Knowing you with your love embracing me
Depressed mind redeemed

Submitted: Thursday, March 29, 2012
Edited: Thursday, March 29, 2012
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