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TRUST JESUS TODAY
Song lyrics-I hope. Some phrases are a bit longer than others, I'm looking for an answer as to whether or not this "song" would be easy enough to write music for and to sing. If not, to those of you who are musicians, what do you suggest I do to make this piece easier to work with?
You’ve changed my life in such a wonderful way.
You’ve turned my endless night into a bright new day.
I want to tell others how You’ve done so much;
how You’ve comforted me with Your gentle touch.
Lord, let Your glory shine through me.
Make me a beacon in the dark for all to see.
I want to share this joy so new
and let others see through me, right through me to You.
I don’t want a claim to glory or fame.
I don’t care to impress people; I just want to praise your name.
How can I keep to myself this gift You gave?
I want to shout from the depths of my soul how my life You saved!
I want You to be happy with all I say think and do.
My only goal in this life is to please You.
I want to tell others of the awesome difference You’ve made!
Lord, please teach me how to share Your glorious name.
You, my Lord, are the only One I wish to impress.
I want to show everyone how graciously You bless.
I want You to be proud to call me Your Own,
I want to hear You say, “Well done my faithful one.”
Lord, if I keep You to myself my heart will surely overflow!
I want to shout of Your love and mercy to everyone I know!
Please show me where I should go and what I should do,
so others will see through me, right through me to You.
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