Danielle Dessels


How powerful are you


How powerful are you
to love us all
its like love in one big ball

You created the earth
in one week
and now people hear you speak

Even though you don't forgive
you let us live

As tears of joy run down
my check
I giggle and squeak

As I sing and dance
I feel like I'm in a trance

As I call your name
I feel your presence
and the consuming flame

You help us all
you always do
but now it's time to worship you

Submitted: Thursday, August 22, 2013
Edited: Friday, August 23, 2013

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