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Walking on Water
I step out of the boat Wishing to walk on water Beckoned by the Faithful Son Whom You sent me Father But my gaze turns to the ocean As dark storm clouds they appear I sink down into the deep Even though, Jesus is near The waves overwhelm me For my faith is faint A man with many problems More a sinner than a saint Still Jesus doesn’t forsake me He reaches down from above If I grasp firmly to His hand I can be saved by His Love Yet there is a strange comfort As my lungs they fill with water It’s the Devil who seduces me Please Lord I beg you, save me Father! Within me Jesus’s power I can feel my body rise Yes the waters become calm As I gaze into my Saviour’s eyes So now I can walk on water With my Saviour hand in hand I can make it to the shore and step on Sacred land Fear no longer rules me Each breath is mine to breathe No storm will overwhelm me as long as I believe.
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