A Prayer For Help
My Lord God if it’s by your will and grace,
Please take away this bowl of pain out of my head.
Make the world within me kindle among all the nations.
Make these words of mine reach to the four corners of the universe.
And if you can provide an aptitude of a great faith within me,
Then I would reach out to the length of my means and sing a song of melody.
All I ever pray for is peace for my soul and the soundness in my body.
All I ever dream of is for your prophecies upon my life come into reality.
If the sun should never shine and the moon to never glow,
Then darkness would be the road I take.
But not forgetting the sun that has to shine lives within me,
And the moon that have to glow sits within the comfort of my heart.
I pledge to the God of my Salvation; to the God of all nations,
Make every path of mine be shined by your light.
And every step of mine, taken into your Holy places.
I vow to show my sincere and absolute gratitude to the Most High God,
By singing and pronouncing to all nations the greatness of the Lord upon my Life.
Oh! Lord let not my leg be shaken and let not my path be narrow,
This and many more I have called for, come to my aid this very minute
And your name may be glorified in all the nations of the universe.
He who knoweth all things and sees every where in the world, unto you I pray.
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