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TITLE: My Prayer
By Keli Woody
04/18/08
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I wrote this at about two o'clock this morning, I can't tell if its good poetry or not good poetry, all I know is it came from my heart and it is my prayer to Him who is faithful and true.
My God, my God,
Why have You left me?
I only ask because Iíve had the wind,
Knocked out of me,
I feel so lost,
Like my prayers arenít reaching You,
I know itís bad,
But Iíve got to tell the truth.

I feel like though I know Youíre there,
That Youíre so far away,
And when I need to talk to You,
I donít know what to say,
But I know Youíre still there,
Because I see You in everything,
Though it feels like I canít reach You,
I know itís You who makes me sing.

I want so badly,
To be in the throneroom at Your feet,
Worshiping and praising,
Telling You all that I need,
I feel like I have fallen,
Though I know its impossible,
To fall from grace,
You want my joy to be made full.

So now I call upon Your name,
Asking for Your mercy,
I want to look upon Your face,
So Your loving eyes I see,
Lord please forgive me,
Only You know what Iíve done,
In Jesus name I ask it,
Now the battle is won.

Lord I know You healed me,
I just want to thank you,
For Your grace and mercy,
And all the things that you do,
Now Lord, Iím Your servant,
Please use me oh Lord,
To do what You will,
Help me to spread Your word.

I long to serve You Jesus,
Just to do Your will,
In a world grown so cold,
In a world standing still,
Help me to see Lord,
The gifts that I can use,
To get You to the people,
To tell them the truth.

Most of all my Lord,
I want to love You more,
And to see Your will for my life,
To see whatís in store,
I pray you bless my husband,
Help him to understand,
The love and plan You have for him,
Let him take Your hand.

Bless his heart my Father,
With a calming peace,
Give him knowledge and wisdom,
Like Youíve given to me,
Give him understanding of the Word,
That is the truth,
Help us both my Jesus,
To become more like You.

Iím not asking for much,
I just want to feel Your presence,
Get me out of my pride and fear,
Out of my worldliness,
Take my hand and lead me,
Where Youíd have me to go,
Just let me feel You Father,
So Your love again Iíll know.

Show me what Youíd have me to do,
Teach me so Iíll know the truth,
Speak to me so I can hear you,
Prune me so Iíll bear more fruit,

All of this I ask of You, in Jesus precious name,

AMEN
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