LisaPurvis Hockensmith

Rookie (01/07/61 / Frankfort Ky)

Rise Up From The Filth

Rise Up From the Filth

When your down on you luck and the Sun does not shine
The days seem so dull
You must take a Stand, And allow a New Man to Make all the changes in your life.
Rise up from the Filth that has covered your head
Let Jesus begin what he had already planned, before the foundation of this world began.

Rise Up, Look Up Draw nign unto Him
The Sun will Start to Shine Brighter than its ever been
The Filth disapears
As His Mercy comes in

Rise Up, Dont be ashamed
He has Forgiven All of your Sin, you will become a brand new man
Because Jesus Takes Your Hand
The World Will see a Different you, the Enemy has been defeated once again.

Rise Up He is Waiting for you, each time you get weak
Just Speak his Name
He will be your strength.
Rise Up, know that he is and always was, and Let him Be.
And He will Win
Rise Up and let Jesus In
He is Your Closest Friend.
Rise Up Again and Again
From that Filth you Are In

Submitted: Wednesday, December 16, 2009
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