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TRUST JESUS TODAY
What Lead Me to You?
Who laid life's path before me,
who picks me up when I fall, comforts me
when I can't go on?
Who tells the flowers when to blossom,
the birds when to fly?
Who shuts the mouth of the lion,
holds us in his arms and calls us his own?
Who sends the wind, the rain and who set
the bow as his promise to his people?
Who alone is feared by his people and
is to be praised and worshiped?
For him, not for ourselves as we want to,
but for him as he instructed us.
Our father lead me to you, I thank him
and pray I will be like him to you always.
Samuel Phillips Tucker
Copyright ©2005 Samuel Philips Tucker
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