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TITLE: You Suit Me
By Sandra Fernando
08/11/07
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You come to Me so raggedly!
I致e heard this woe before:
I知 poor, I知 weak, I知 not so smart,
I知 sick, I知 worn, I知 sore.
Well, that suits me, My little one
I love my small, frail one!
Believe me, love, just take My word:
You suit me, precious one!
Just show me, love, just one of those
Great heroes of the faith
Who were all strong and never weak,
Nor ran a crooked race;
Who always turned to Me straight off
When things were breaking down,
Or always did what I told them
Unprompted, on their own;
Who always asked, 展ell, what痴 the Lord痴
Direction in this thing?
Or always checked with me before
Thinking, speaking, acting?
But I am God and all will know
The greatness of My Name,
For I am God and all will bow
To Him who calls the lame,
The weak, the frail, the not so smart,
The lonely, hurting ones,
The ones who hide where none but I
Can tell them, 鼎ome, love, come!
So set aside your ifs and buts
Just come with Me, just come
You suit Me just the way you are,
My delightful little one!
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