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We come boldly to the throne of reverence
In humble adoration of your power and omniscience
So great an entity; we adore your magnificence
With blissful hearts, for your love to us is without pretense.
.The Heavens declare the glory and show forth your excellence The earth shouts in praise to acknowledge your omnipotence We are grateful for you are the only God of true providence And without you, our lives are subjected to dire negligence.
.We beseech you; your grace is sweeter than frankincense And your loving kindness to us is a constant recurrence Through the wilderness we bask under your confidence Yes, you even delivered us from the noisome pestilence.
.So accurately you molded us to be the highest sapiens And gave our bodies to the Holy Spirit as residence With your pulsating breath! Genesis 2:7 is not a mere sentence Too awesome… your works are far beyond our intelligence.
.Your word is truth. Bestowed to us as a satiable essence Radiating both your image and spirit at equal incidence Filling our lives with joy gyrating from a worthy reference We are thankful and shout in praise of your eminence.
.Creating us in your image was by no means a coincidence For you are greater than creation, even bigger than existence Our thanksgivings and praises are too little a recompense For all the joy, peace and love we wrought in your presence.
© JUSU JAKA YAWMAH
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