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Too Little, Too Late


Before thee I constantly see my disgrace
With shame and confusion upon my face
To thee all my sins are foreknown by you
For thou Father doth daily seeth all I do

With empty words I come on my knees
Before thee to confesseth endless pleas
Yet I remain steadfast, unwilling to obey
Everything thou hast taught me each day

When shalt I truly repent and do thy will
Knowing my flesh condemneth me still
For futile are my efforts to tame my soul
O’er mine heart doeth I have no control

O, Father cleanse thee this wicked heart
Create in me a right spirit to set me apart
From thine face I can neither run nor hide
Till into the grave I shall in the end reside

For thou knoweth each step I shall make
As thou giveth every single breath I take
Both in the even when I close mine eyes
And the morning as mine soul doth arise

O, Eternal One, will I someday be true
Keeping thy word as thou desirest me to
Committed with humility to always pray
To speaketh by thy spirit the words to say

For if this soul shall die before I awake
My spirit again to heaven wilt thou take
Till from death to everlasting life remake
Before time becometh too little, too late

©  Eugene Harvey


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