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The Lord said to Abram
Leave your country, your people
Your father's household
And go to the land I whill show you

He will make you into a great nation
He will bless you and make your name so great
How your hands can make a sign
And wash the sins off your message?
People follow the lawas and curses of believer
Being your servant is an honor my God but can your hear?

The screams of our heart, just let them follow their way

Travelling through the land
As far as the site of that great Tree
I built an altar there
To the Lord who appeared to me

And I say I will follow your way
Leave them to go away
I promise to stay my Lord

Travelling to this land so far
What have you done to me



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    I think it is about following the lord how he wants you to. Not the way how we all tend to follow the lord without any guidance.

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