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TRUST JESUS TODAY
As a grandparent of a beautiful young woman, my heart is breaking over the choices she is making with her life. She was my angel and now she needs one so badly.
God, my angel needs an angel today
Can you send one to pass her way?
Through the years she has been such a blessing
Bringing me messages and heaven sent lessons
Can you help her as she cries and cries
Send her an angel to clear her tearfilled eyes
Let him bring her out of anger and fear
May he show her that you are so very near
Ready to shower her with help in this time of trouble
Give her my blessings, Lord perhaps even double
God my angel needs an angel more than ever before
Please send him to her to open love’s sweet door
To complete surrender which brings peace of mind
From the one found worthy in heaven we find
Jesus Christ, Master, Counselor, Prince of peace
From the chains of this world give her sweet release.
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