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Et lux in tenebris lucet

Et lux in tenebris lucet Oh the roads I’ve travelled, things I’ve seen, People I’ve known, devastation I’ve sown, Cannot replace the love and grace or A seat at the table in the glory of His face, I’ve had a pedigree of pain A long list of shame A one to shift the blame Like a lawyer defending his case in court I didn’t have to plead the sort, I see you through the lens of mercy, My prosecutor becomes my refuter, To the judge of sorrows and acrimony, A pardon your free, here’s a new testimony

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Date: 2/13/2014 7:25:00 PM
Smile, That's It! So Much More To The Picture Than Meets The Eye....Love John
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