Dressed in my Sunday clothes once again
No one can see the heartbreak within
I walk through the doors and shake hands
Today I donít know who I really am
I say that ďIím FineĒ but really Iím not
And so I have lied once again
Keeping the happy face in its place
My strength is nearly all gone
I donít need the hype of religion
The usual service routine wonít do
Today I need my Saviorís touch
I desperately need Him to walk by today
Just one word and Iíll be made whole
I donít need to touch His hem
Or the songs of an old hymn
Today I MUST see Jesus
Nothing else will do
How will I live another week?
My mind is troubled and my heart is wounded
How can I feel joy when I am in pain?
Where is my song when my life is so wrong?
Sunday is here but will anything change?
Will I leave once again just as I came?
I need my Savior to come through
Nothing else will do
Lord do you see me today?
I need to be made new
Not another Sunday on the same old pew
Please touch me with your mighty hand
Be my portion and my deliverer
It is you and you alone that I seek
Not the first day of yet another week
I plead for your mercy and for your love
Send down your healing from above
Fill this place now with your Holy Spirit
Let the wind blow in here once again
Move us now is my prayer
Touch each heart and bring peace
If there is something in the way
Powerfully move and take it away
Nothing can hold back your power
Unless we are just content with this hour
Send your holy fire Lord and consume me
Make me the person you know I can be
If you are truly the God we preach each week
Prove it now for it is you that we seek
Renew my mind and heal my heart
Revive me now and give me a new start
It is not by might or by power
It is by your Spirit in this hour
Touch me and Iíll never be the same again
Heal me now and forgive my sin
In your mighty name above all names
My wonderful counselor
The prince of my peace
Today is the day of my release!
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