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All I had to give was a broken heart
Torn apart
All I had to give was an empty hope, and promises (?)

But in return to gave me joy
That could never be told
and in return you gave me love that was more precious that gold
So whatever you have to give, you don't have to be ashamed
Just come as you are
And present it in Jesus name
For in return of a torn life
He'll give you life abundantly
and in return of a raging storm
The lord will calm the sea
So whatever you have
The Lord has so much more

So what do you have to give?

Oh if you were like me
You didn't have a lot of gold
possessions or money
You didn't own wealth untold
But I'm glad
you didn't look on the things that I had
But you looked on the things you were able to give me

Oh for in return he'll give you joy
that could never be told
and in return he'll give you love
that was more precious more precious that gold
in return of a torn life,
he'll give you life abundantly and in return of a raging storm
the Lord will calm the sea

So what do you have to give?



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