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In My Solitude
In my solitude there's been retreat From worldly events that brought defeat, When emotions were too weak to bear I could always find asylum there. Through childhood, grade school, college too And as a Man, I always knew An inner peace down deep inside Where I would go sometimes to hide. Then came one day the hordes of Hell And darkness all around me fell, A battle ensued in that black night For my very soul I began to fight! From the belly of Hell I began to pray Like Jonah did on his dark day, And just like then God heard my prayer He came, and conquered my enemies there. He restored my faith, He made me new He gave me peace I never knew, He gave me armor and washed off the mud With nothing, save his own son's blood! He told me that He was the source Of peace I'd found through my life's course, He said that He would always be In my solitude, waiting there for me. In my solitude the Master waits With wisdom there He demonstrates Life's lessons that He gives through strife That prepare us for everlasting life. The last thing that He said to me On that glorious day of victory, He smiled, and then He called me "Son" "Go tell the world what I have done!" "Thank You Father!" Your obedient son, Timothy I. Brumley
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