9 Dec 2012

Light of the World

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Light of the World

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Light of the world you have called me from darkness, for you are the one that I follow
Light of the world I walk no more in the darkness, since I have you I have the light of life

I used to live in the darkness; I walked by the cover of night
I stumbled and fell thinking that I was walking in light
Somehow He called me from darkness; somehow He drew me away
He was the door that I walked through from night into day

Light of the world you have called me from darkness, for you are the one that I follow
Light of the world I walk no more in the darkness, since I have you I have the light of life

Many voices have craved my attention; they’ve sought my unwavering love
But only one voice has proved worthy and it stands alone
How easily I fall to deception; thinking darkness is stronger than light
But darkness must flee from His presence, the Son is too bright

There is no other who has any light but You.
I’ve walked in that light since You shined and the darkness withdrew
Where could I go where the Son does not shine?
How could I leave when He’s there all the time?

Light of the world you have called me from darkness, for you are the one that I follow
Light of the world I walk no more in the darkness, since I have you I have the light of life

written and copyright by Jim Minker, 9/96

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Catchy song, dude! (And that's nice pickin', too!)

 

Uh ohh… uh oh bomb I feel an earworm coming on!

Ah well, it'll make a nice change from the Spongebob Squarepants theme. wacko ( big smile T- hea!)

...or words to that effect,

David Drummond

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Thanks Dave!

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