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Lagaya Evans

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You Are The God Of Me


I exalt thee oh, Lord
I bow at your feet
All your wonder and grace
Your precious blood I plead

You're the same when the sun rises
Still the same in the eve
You're an unchanging God
You are the God of me

You're a God of laughter
You're a God of peace
You are the only God
You are the God of me

Some people worship and pray
To a god dead and gone
My God, you're alive
And forever will live on

Your spirit that touches my soul
Words just can't be found
The creator touching the created
So awesome and profound

My God, can't people see
The splendor and the awe
The power and the mercy
The God of us all

My God I give thanks
As I fall at your feet
God I am yours
You are the God of me

Submitted: Wednesday, March 15, 2006
Edited: Thursday, April 23, 2009

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