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 In The Light
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Amongst the people whose needs dire
Shall come to know of Heavens fire
Where down trodden shall rise and hear
The Truth spoken, the calm of fears

There is where His Light is found
Where chains are broken and the bound
Are freed to breathe new breath given
To heal through wounds by Light forgiven

A young sheperd will take my lead
Nourish my flock with words that feed
The hungry and the lost that need
My intercession who hears their pleas

Here is where the faint of heart
Become reborn, become the parts
Who once walked lost and torn apart
Here my peace, I shall impart

Darkness will come to know it's end
Where home it made and too a friend
Of children mine who found the way
For Light all mine now shines today

Hold fast and let the Light now shine
Upon the Earth and all those mine
For sacred ground is yours this day
Having walked through Love's door today

...and GOD said, "Let there be Light," and there was Light

Dedicated to Pastor Jamie Centenno and "In The Light Ministries"

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