Treasure Island

Evans Ehiorobo

Saviour (our)

He comes with glory from his throne above, down here to our humble abode, He has come to help us and to our sins atone, that when we fall, we know we're not alone.

He shines through us, His glowing light; in every person's everyday life; and if we don't act to His delight; He shall not cease to put us right.

He knows our rights, He knows our wrongs; He knows our tiniest, deepest faults; He's there for us whenever we fall; He'll pick us up, and we'll stand tall.

Submitted: Friday, March 29, 2013
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