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4him – A Man You Would Write About lyrics

From the time time began You
Always chose a man
To lead the people safely by Your
To be a voice and echo what You
Like David or Abraham
Your Word is full of such men
And if the Bible had no closing
And still was being written to
This day
I want to be a man that you
Would write about
Oh a thousand years from now
That they could read about
Your servant of choice in whom
You found favor
A man who heard Your voice
Generations away it is my prayer
That they will look back and say
Oh to have that kind of faith
And love
What a solid man of God he was

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    Exacly like it sounds. That's my hearts cry. A man who heard your voice. A servant of choice. In whom you found favor.
    A man they would read about 1000 year from now. Like David or Abrham. Your word is full of such men. To lead your people safely by the way. To be a voice and echo what you say.
    Just becasue the bible had a closing page. Doesn't mean it is complete. You are a living testimony to what others will write and talk about. What will they say?

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