Verse of the Day – Acts 13:2

Acts 13:2

Acts 13:2

I’m not sure that I truly listen and trust in the Spirit all the time, do I hear His calling for me to step forward and act on His behalf, or do I believe this can’t be me, I’m not capable of doing this and shy away from it.

Somehow I have got to learn to trust His voice me, He believes in me more than I believe in myself.

LEAD ME ON by JENNY SIMMONS
Shoulder to the wheel for someone else’s selfish gain
Here there is no choosing, working the clay
Wearing their anger like a ball and chain
Fire in the field, underneath the blazing sun
But soon the sun was faded and freedom was a song
I heard them singing when the day was done
Singing to the Holy One

Lead me on, lead me on
To a place where the river runs into your keeping
Oh, lead me on, lead me on
The awaited deliverance comforts the seeking, lead on

Waiting for the train, labelled with a golden star
Heavy hearted boarding, whispers in the dark
“Where are we going, is it very far?”
Bitter cold terrain, echoes of a slamming door
In chambers made for sleeping forever
Voices like thunder in a mighty roar
Cry to the Lord

Lead me on, lead me on
To a place where the river runs into your keeping
Oh, lead me on, lead me on
The awaited deliverance comforts the seeking, lead on

Man hurts man
Time and time, time again
And we drown in the wake of our power
Somebody tell me, why?

Oh, lead me on, lead me on
To a place where the river runs into your keeping
Oh, lead me on, lead me on
The awaited deliverance comforts the seeking, lead on
Lead me on, lead me on
To a place where the river runs into your keeping
Oh, lead me on, lead me on
The awaited deliverance comforts the seeking, oh lead on
 

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