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TRUST JESUS TODAY
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A moment of peace, some time alone.
Peace desperately needed, a welcomed solace,
Away from the noise and chaos.
I search for Your heart, I long for Your voice
I am searching, Lord, like a deer pants for water
I long for You as in a desert where there is no shade or water.
I am searching, Lord.
Beyond circumstances, beyond people before me
Beyond my innermost thoughts, beyond my own understanding.
For my ways are not yours, nor are my thoughts.
Your thoughts and ways reach to uttermost heights
Beyond what mortal eyes behold or minds comprehend.
Speak to me Holy Lord, most Precious Jesus
Your voice is so sweet, Your words are life.
Sweet words of life, sent on the wind of Your Spirit.
Speak on, Lord for Your servant is listening
Here I am, Lord.
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