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I Come Before You With These Words

 

Come all you children 

Day is braking , how all the birds are singing,

Glory to the Lord;

His peace on earth, and mercy He has,

God has blessed us with His love

Joyful we rise and great our Lord,

Join the birds in the sky;

The Universal nature says,

We are born a new each and every day,

Christ is with us always,

Christ, the everlasting Lord:

As He comes upon our call of help,

Always keep us on the right path,

Veil’d in flesh, to God we see,

Hail to our Lord Jesus of Deity,

Please oh Lord bless our friends,

Jesus, our savory for you we do,

Hail, the heavenly Prince of Peace,

Hail, the Son of Righteousness!

Light and life to all he brings,

Risen with healing in his wings.

Mild we lays our glory to Him,

Born that man to die no more;

Born to raise the sons of earth;

Born to give them a second birth.

Come all you children of the world,

come to Jesus the one who knows,

Fix in our hearts the humble home;

Rise, the worlds conquering seed,

Oh Lord we need your saving power,

Our souls need to be restored in thy ways;

Now in Spiritual union we join you Lord for ever,

Yours to ours, and ours to You Lord.

Jesus’ likeness, Oh God, efface,

Stamp His image in our hearts.

Send our Lord from above to guide us,

Reinstate us oh Lord in Your love.

Let us be the one though lost, regain,

Jesus is the life, the inner guide:

Oh, to all the world He comes to save,

With His love in each believing heart.

Dr. Samuel Mack

Copyright  2016

Copyright © Rev. Dr. Samuel Mack | Year Posted 2016

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