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TRUST JESUS TODAY
God takes the dough of the meek
to make out of it fine bread
Kneading and shaping to smooth each crevice
with his hands as we lay spread
He takes his time to prove it's worth
moving every lump there be
making sure that it's no rough edges
for any other eyes to see
Working on the dough to get it ready
sometimes at the break of day
And when noontime comes his jobs not done
for there is more to clear away
Now the bread it must be seasoned
with each the right ingredient
So when it rise it won't get inflated
but stay a child and be obedient
God takes foolish things to confound the wise
doing something beyond the mind
It's not always things that's great in size
but something he can use anytime
It is said that the proud, God knows far off
but to the humble he gives more grace
So it's best to abide under his mercy
and then we will see his face
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