Dwelling in the Darkness
I was dwelling in the darkness;
Living in disguise;
Runing with dark angels;
Tears within my eyes.
There was no one I could turn to;
No one there for me;
So scared that God locked Heaven's door
And threw away the key.
When I finally crumbled to my knees,
I could take no more;
The life that I was leading,
My Saviour could not ignore.
So He sent me his disciples;
Although I could not recognize;
The many times He sent them;
They were strangers to my eyes.
It was just the mere beginning,
Starting with a friendly smile;
We were talking on for hours,
We had walked a few short miles.
The rebirth in a lifetime,
Can happen in one day;
Faith is to take the risk,
To let Him lead the way.
Oh no, I'm not perfect Lord,
There's so much that I lack,
But there's no way I can keep your Love,
If I don't give it back.