Denise Andrews


Riseto The Top - Poem by Denise Andrews

Open my eyes and make me see.
Open my heart and set me free.
Open my senses and help me live in the now.
If I can’t figure it out, please show me how.
Help me to see the over all plan.
Help me to be the right kind of man.
One who is strong as metal, yet can feel the wind blow.
One who can smell and see the beauty of a rose.
Help me stand tall as a willow and know when to bend.
Help me recognize my unfortunate brothers and sisters
And give them a helping hand.


Jesus I can do it, I know that I can.
With your love and wisdom, I’ll be a better man.
Let me rise to the top when you need me the most.
Fill up my body and soul with the Holy Ghost.
Lift me high so I can see, just what you want me to be.


Help me to see the world through the eyes of a child.
To counsel all of God’s children, even those who are wild.
Lord I know you can hear me and I’m sure you are there.
I can sense your presence around me, and my burdens I give you with care.
Cause I’m strong and I’m powerful, because I’m made after you.
You said I could do all things in you name, and I know that it’s true.

Jesus I can do it, I know that I can.
With your love and wisdom, I’ll be a better man.
Let me rise to the top when you need me the most.
Fill up my body and soul with the Holy Ghost.
Lift me high so I can see just what you want me to be.

I am a man who is strong, but I can’t do it without you.
Give me the power to love just as you do.
Please forgive me my sins, for I’ve had a dreadful past.
The devil had taken over my body, but you came to save me at last.
Lord I am not worthy to be under your wing.
Let me show you I can do it, with these words I will sing:

Jesus I can do it, I know that I can.
With your love and wisdom, I’ll be a better man.
Let me rise to the top when you need me the most.
Fill up my body and soul with the Holy Ghost.
Lift me so high that I can see just what you want me to be...


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 3, 2008



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