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The sun is rising, the moon is lighting,
The millions of birds are flying and chirping,
The insects are crawling and does flying.
As long as, the grass are growing, color green and
Flowers bloom and plants grow.
As long as, the ocean roar control by you and
Skies are blue with white cloud beneath it.
The fields creates bushes and thorns,
The mountains and volcanoes still.
As long as, the air I breathe is here and fresh.
The wind blows in any direction creates sweet sound to my ears.
As long as, the trees stand it tall and animals are
Clothed by your affection. The universe are turning in its normal orbit.
The people obey you and not forsaken you.
As long as, our faith burning, yearning and believing in you.
As long as I am standing here, looking up in heaven,
Talking to you, worshiping you, listening to my prayer.
Your power, your love, your forgiveness, your mercy
And grace never ever fail.
As long as, you are the God who rule over all.
You are indeed control the universe. No doubts.
You uses set back to fill us with your love.
You are amazing indeed, an awesome GOD.
By your son Jesus Christ, our saviour and Lord,
And your Holy Spirit with us. We surrender, mark us
Your name in our foreheads and let us do your will. AMEN.
(c) Jocelyn Dunbar-Sumido
28 March 2020
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