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TRUST JESUS TODAY
I spent most of my life looking down
Ashamed of the person I thought I was
I let everyone I knew push me around
Because the spirit within me was crushed
I couldn't climb out of the awful pit
In the darkness I couldn't find my way
I kept sinking further down bit by bit
I couldn't tell the night from the day
Then one day I heard a voice call
"I am still God and I still love you
Fom now on you will not fall
I have great things for you to do."
I felt a new and different presence
I strained with all my being to hear
Then He began to give me a new sense
Of who I really was as He drew near
He touched me with mercy and grace
He has shown me the gift of His Son
With joy and thanks I take my place
And in His name bid all of you to come
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