Morning and Evening Prayer
Lord, I come to You this morning, asking Your blessing for the day.
Let Your Presence be with me as I walk along the way
You've chosen for me, though it be dark with clouds.
Let Your guiding eye and hand
Lead me into the Promised Land.
And though worries, like jostling crowds,
Push me off the chosen track,
I know Your strong and gentle guiding hand
Will bring me back.
Lord Jesus, I come to you tonight.
I know that You will hold me tight.
I know that You will carry me
Through every storm and raging sea;
And I will reach the other shore,
Satisfied and secure.
None can snatch me from Your arms,
There is no danger and no harm.
I'm surrounded by a shield of grace
Protecting me from disgrace.
And though I am downcast and blue,
I know that I can trust in You.
© Roland N Oliver/Tan Pratonix
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