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Each Sin I Have Done
No matter what things may really be worth
While we are here living on this earth
What really will mean the most to me
Is if in same direction we could only see.
If prejudice and bias could cease to exist;
Quit being in conflict and always insist
There are things to me which are the worst;
Using God's name in vain is very first.
The second is doing things against God's will;
Forgetting about all the dreams He did fulfill
Yet still sing some song and be in tune
Or sit by the sea on top of a sand dune.
Next one is to help those who are in need;
When done, God with you will have agreed
And still be willing to give in even though
They were not a favorable friend but a foe.
God who is so far beyond all belief
And I in the night who is such a terrible thief
What a wonderful one is Your terrific Son
Who saved me from each sin I have done.
James Thomas Hawthorne Horn