Dorian Petersen Potter


Light Of This World (Anaphora/Candle of hope)


Christ
Master
I love you
You are my king
To you I do cling
You protect me
Every day
All way
Too

God is Light of this world
God had created it all
God we worship your name
God You've keep us alive
God is Light of this world
God You sacrificed Son
God You have created man
God You've created woman
God is Light of this world
God gives hope everyday
God You give us your peace
God really knows my heart
God is Light of this world
God nature sings You song
God from You I can't hide
God soul sings You praise
God to You I love first
God is Light of this world
God saved us through Jesus
God You give us eternity!

Submitted: Saturday, July 20, 2013
Edited: Monday, July 22, 2013
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'Candle of Hope' is a new poetry style, created by
Dorian Petersen Potter, on October 19,2009

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