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God Saw My Distress and Healed Me part 3

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God Saw My Distress and Healed Me part 3

I would love to move in with you and you’ll always be my close friend
Until the very end
Brother, don’t give up whatever you do
Feel your way out of depression and know that He’ll abide by your side
Though I feel that He abandons us…
The problem is that we do, as human beings, stray away from the narrow pathway
Snap out of it, David…and God will show you the way
I’m frozen in sudden fear
When will hope appear?
Words of regret slip out of the blue
Oh, I’m feeling just fine – my heart sinks in rue
Alone, I walk and I hope for pleasant dreams or visions
That will set my mind on something more pleasant
All sorts of wants drain in my mind
Remain close behind me and don’t leave me
Naked and ashamed
You torch my mind with wonder
No wonder I love hanging around you…
Angels of light…whisper lullabies in my mind…
Angels of God…don’t let me consume sorrow
Angels of light…heal me from the wretched, cruel world
Angels of God…I hope for a sincerely, superb tomorrow
Let me conceal my eyes…so I can have a pleasant sleep
Please, beloved…don’t weep…
The darkness creeps in on us
Every time we follow our hearts
The light dims out on us
Every time we draw closer into the darksome pit
There were times in my life when I wanted to end my life
But, I figured out that that will not erase the strife
But, unfold your dazzling eyes
And see God’s light instead
Tell of your marvelous wonders, God…Satan – don’t warp me up with lies
I just want to be fed
With fruitful Words…munch through the delightful words
Don’t devour the fruit of good and evil…
But, Adam and Eve didn’t obey God and ate of its fruit
“You’ll know good and evil”
The serpent lured them into a trap
God made the heavens and the earth
He makes me rejoice with utter mirth
God’s creation is so fascinating…
But, time has molded me inside and out into this monster
But, I know God doesn’t think of me as a total disaster
I’m drowning and chained to this prison cell
Who made me fall? Couldn’t you tell
It was Satan who influenced me…
But, I’ll take the blame
I guess I’m the one who deserves a terrible, terrible name
Who’s to blame? There’s no one to blame

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