Suddenly always, You'll appear
No matter where I'll be
Turn right turn left and without fear
Your presence there I'll see
What excellence was my intent?
What thought concerned my mind?
What good to man did I invent?
That life in You I'd find
Through crying, laughing, joy and gloom
You'd stick to me like glue
I'd lock myself inside my room
Where suddenly there's You
My life my breath is in Your hand
My eyes are trained above
Yet still I fail to understand?
The reason of Your love
You chose me steeped in wanton lust
You touched my heart of stone
You rearranged this heap of dust
You changed this flesh and bone
Suddenly eyes once blind could see
Suddenly truth was found
Suddenly that was aimed for me
Fell harmless to the ground
I've hope I've faith I'm saved and blessed
My life will see no end
How can the world this truth digest?
So she her knee would bend.
Written by Michael P. Johnson
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