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Sylvia Loven Carter

Rookie (June 13,1963 / Dallas, Texas)

Thank you Heavenly Father


You are the one and only true God
Thank you heavenly Father, for being the one who has and still
working on my behalf

I think...no I know my puny mind could not figure
the whole thing out
not by myself,
I'd lost my sanity had it not been for you
years ago 'Thank you Father'
You are GOD and there is no other
and there will never, never, ever be another
Thank you Father
for giving me peace

you know how I run to you when I'd get alarmed
especially when I have a heavy heart while shedding tears
Thank you Father for forgiving me of
disobedience, contrary, behavior 'Thank you Father'
thanks for not allowing me to die in those sins I was in
Thank you Father for our union

Submitted: Monday, May 23, 2011
Edited: Monday, May 27, 2013
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