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TITLE: Moved
By wendell a brown
11/01/10
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Just awakening in the Spirit each day I am moved to write poems praising the Lord!
I am moved each day I rise to write
To lift up your name in silent praise
For I seek the splendor of Your love
To make so heavenly my new day

And as I open up my eyes to see
What Your hands my Lord have made
I am moved in my spirit to satisfaction
To rise up from where I once had laid

For as this day does begin anew
And is much different than the one before
I find that I am reborn so much better
As my hand reaches for Your door

In prayer I rise asking of You Lord
For the forgiveness of my sins
Asking You to wash and cleanse me
So like this new day I may begin

And though as imperfect as I may be
I do find your grace so gratifying
That You do not change from day to day
Like we of flesh who many times are falling

For we must always remain so cognitive
Of what goes on daily in our world
That we may become a constant help to many
As we change into one of Your shining pearls.
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