Ravi Sathasivam


I Am Calling You My Lord.....


I am calling you my Lord, please come and save us
Our world is filled with sins and the Satan is ruling us
I am calling you my Lord, please come and save us
Our world is so frighten today and the Satan is killing us
I am calling you my Lord, please come and save us
Our world is losing its faith and the Satan is so cruel to us
I am calling you my Lord, please come and save us
Our world is losing its love and the Satan is destroying us
I am calling you my Lord, please come and save us
Our world is losing its nature and the Satan is burning us
Lord the time has come for you to show the power of
faith and love that brings peace which should last
forever in this world

Submitted: Monday, October 18, 2004
Edited: Friday, April 09, 2010

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