Let me simply love you

in the secret place

worship and adore you

dwelling in your grace

 

Let me simply love you

in my day to day

in service with compassion

to those along the way

 

Let me simply love you

with gratitude of heart

that never from your spirit

shall my life depart.

 

Let me simply love you

for all that you have done

forgiveness freely given

through your son's own blood.

 

Let me simply love you

with hands upraised rejoice

singing songs of freedom

in strong and steady voice.


 

Deborah

7.9.2011

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