Am I worthy to look into the eyes of Love
Worthy is the question, I set before me now.
Looking back at all I have done, I ask can he
forgive me somehow?
I still remember the feeling, knowing what I
tried to do that day.
When I turned my back on life and all he tried
I know I asked to live, and here I sit now.
But the question still burns within me.
Did he forgive me somehow?
Can I ever stand in front of him,
Still remembering all I had done,
The words I said to him in anger
The day I turned my back on his son.
Will I ever stand before him,
Will I just hide my face in shame.
Will I be able to look in the eyes of love
Will my life ever be the same?
The light that enhanced my path that day
That led me back to life
The love that day that embraced me
Wiping away all my pain and strife.
Am I really forgiven, I need my Lord
My heart is surely shaken, his love
I know I want to keep.
The lessons I learned of patience,
humility and shame.
Came together in a world of light
When he brought me back to life that
My heart is surely searching, his eternal
love I still seek.
Turning my spirit around, my soul now
stands before him meek.
Am I worthy to stand in the presence
Am I worthy to speak his name.
To look in the eyes of love,
To know not this shame.
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