Frank McEleny


Psalm 63 - Poem by Frank McEleny

O God you are my God
In the morning I will rise to thee
You're the one that came to earth
You're the one who came and died for me

My soul thirsts for you
And I will seek you all my days
My soul longs for you
That I may give you all my praise

In a dry and thirsty land
If I don't find you I will die
There is no water in this place
For you O Lord must rend the sky

I seek you in your hiding place
To see your power and glory
A touch from you is better than life
I want my life to be your story

With joyful lips I praise your name
Beneath your wing I do rejoice
I'll tell the whole world of your fame
And forever make a joyful noise

For I have found you O my God
I found you there before your throne
I looked and looked and there you were
And now I know I'm not alone

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 15, 2012

Poem Edited: Sunday, April 15, 2012


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