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Yahuah

So they can mock & steer and call the things of Yahauah laughable but you go beyond the limits of the find that natural
you reach past the infinite it into eternity
& like the fire of Nebuchadnezzar you walk into the flames & you burn for me
and I'm trying to be who you want me to be
I look past the heavens and I see the outline of your majesty
heavy is your call on my life with the torch that you passed to me I'm just trying to be faithful to you Yahuah my king
glory of the most high someday I'll join with the angels and sing But for now my mind can't comprehend your glory can it
I won't understand you fully until I'm off this planet
and if I'm being honest I look forward to leaving this place
I'm an astronaut born to be with you down here im missed placed
up there I'm at home and glory down here I'm disgraced
but if the world hates me I have to remember it hated you first
you offer clean water in the well to be traded for thirst
you turned water into wine
you calm the storms and you took the sins that were mine some day every knee will bow every time I confess reality will set into the sinners like a gun to the head
I don't have to be from Moscow to play Russian Roulette
Everyday I risk my life after death
but you offer a way me a way out when I'm giving up on me
A daughter of the king is what you call me to be
You have given my hands strength to battling my life when I'm going to war
For the first time I can see
my sight restored
and out of these ashes I will rise to tell others about you
and you will lift me up and speak through me when I don't know how to
so use me Yahuah and speak through my weakness
With everything in me I'll follow you Yahuah
and someday I'll fall to the ground when we met
I live this life in hope to one day stand by your feet
and I can picture me there as one of your angel's that give others light
and tell everyone that you've called me to make this world right
into the darkness I'll continue to go
and into your righteousness I'll continue to grow
you are worthy of every demon that comes against me
in your arms I am strong
in your river you rinse me
so take my life and use me Yahuah
My faith is my shield
My truth is my sward
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