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We've got to stop living in pride,
and put self aside.
We need to stop living in sin,
and get Jesus within.
It's time to stop living in shame,
and let the world know we've changed.
We need to stop living in fear,
and let God draw near.
This old world keeps changing
but, we must stead fast.
And live each day for Jesus,
like it's out last.
We all know that He's coming
but, will we be ready?
Did we stay faithful to His Word,
so true and steady?
Will we give the Devil eviction to our souls?
Will we let Jesus come in and make a home?
Will we cling to Him with all of our might?
Or lose faith when things don't turn out right?
Will we give Him the praise, honor, and glory
for all that He's done?
Or will we consider it luck when a battles been won?
Will we give it all or nothing?
Or have nothing at all?
Will we watch our problems grow bigger
or pray or problems grow small?
We have to make the choice to let God have his way, let Him walk and talk with us each and every day.
Will we fall on our knees before God when decisions get tough?
Let Him counsel our souls when the going gets rough?
Will we sacrifice our mind, heart, body and soul to Jesus, our Lord?
So that we can be cleansed, renewed, and restored?
THE CHOICE IS NONE OTHER THAN MINE!
THE CHOICE IS NONE OTHER THAN YOURS!
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