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Holy Spirit, Touch Your people
Teach us the ways of God
And as we live, As Jesus did
You are honored and lifted up
There's a stirring in the Spirit
There's an urgency in this hour
We as children must obey
Can you hear
The footsteps of God
God is moving, God is moving
Can you hear the sound
Of revival
As we praise You, as we sing
Draw near to us O God
As we cry out for the nations
Pour out revival in the land
There's a stirring in the Spirit
There's an urgency in this hour
We as children must obey
Can you hear
The footsteps of God



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    UnregisteredSep 1, 2012 at 3:06 pm
    God is moving even when we can't feel him. He's everywhere at the same time and his eyes are always upon us. He is moving in the joy of our victory and he is moving in the turmoil of our pain. Trust him by his word.
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    UnregisteredAug 6, 2012 at 11:49 pm
    God is all around, loving each and everyone of us and is moving around us all the time helping people in need and listening to all our prayers

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