China Jones

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Where do find the Blessing?


Where do you find the blessing?
When you prayed and do all you can
When prayed and cried at night
Without that extra hand
Where do you find the blessing?
When your life is twisted and turned
And the pain
Just won’t go away
You’ve listen to the gospel station
And sung every song
Where is the blessing?
When you’ve prayed, and prayed and called on his name
Where’s is the blessing when you were forgave
And vowed never you’ll do it again
When you’ve overcome the emotional stress
And victory is yours in the battle of the mind
Where is the blessing?
When you’ve dropped the bad and gained the good
Is the blessing there
And you can’t see it
Of is the peace and happiness
Of a victory
The blessing is when you take charge of
Your life and gave to the lord.
You find the blessing with each
Step you take within each and everyday
Where do you find the blessing
The blessing is hidden waiting for you to find
But most of all it’s a gift from above
When you’ve done your part of the job

Submitted: Sunday, January 23, 2005

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