"I don't really think You know Me,
Will You even take the time to see,
I don't really think You know Me,
And You don't even Know who I'm Going to be."
I'm going to be something greater,
As soon as I meet the Maker.
You think You Know whats at stake here,
But I don't think You do.
It's a spiritual battle,
the serpent's shaking his rattle,
Trying to herd us up like cattle,
but Our Shepherd is Pure and True.
So let Us just follow Jesus,
Who conceived Us before the fetus,
When this world was trying to defeat us,
He came down and won the fight.
At Humanity's darkest hour,
We all beheld His power,
We heard His word's His doctrine,
We seen His Holy Might.
The Dove came down from Heaven,
To Jesus The Father Sent Him,
To show Us the True direction,
He's The Way, The Truth,
Jesus Messiah Christ,
The Arthur The Book Of life,
Foreknew Us before We even breathed.
It was He Who First Believed
That We could even be,
more than just Dust indeed,
Like a Tree that Grew from Seed,
Our Father's The Root Of You and Me.
He is Our Creator,
Our Lord and Shepard Maker,
Now Were able to be Partaker's,
Of The Most Holy Assembly Ever.
"Now I think you finally know Me,
Cause You finally took the Time To see,
Now i finally think You know Me,
that The Lord Jesus Christ Set Me Free."
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