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This is just a poem of my worship of the glory of God from my morning time with Him. He just overwhelms me and fills me up for the day! It seems that my love for Him expands with each passing day!
I Glory in You! 3/23/08
Oh how I love and adore You!
My love for You pours out
Every pore of my body!
If my love for You were blood,
I would have bled-out by now!
I cannot contain myself,
I glory in You all day long!
Every state of my being
Is altered by Your pure love!
I cannot comprehend
The sacrifice of Your Son
For my ungodly human sins.
You give and You gave and You will
Give again for me to live
With You one day in Paradise.
I cannot count my blessings,
They're too many to be numbered.
I know we have each other's all,
And in this day I'll live content,
Not just content, but overwhelmed!
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