I like the words to this song---the music may be a bit wild for some but sometimes you want to just shout your praises to the greatness of our God. Here are the words--I think they are awesome:
Be my light in this darkened room
I'm on my face and I'm calling you
I can't fathom all you've done for me
Every time it finds me on my knees
Like sunlight in the winter cold
Everything about you, it takes my breath Away...
I tried this once without you and it was my
Questions fade when you invade
You chase all my fears away
With your love in my atmosphere
All confusion disappears
And nothing but your truth remains
Questions fade, you remain
You are color on a page of white,
Like eyes beneath black lights
Like a glowing city on the plains, you call
Ps. To PLAY THE SONG BELOW YOU NEED TO SHUT OFF THE MUSIC ON MY SIDEBAR
Also there is this true story one of my Sons found in a history book---IT IS STRANGER THAN FICTION---God's Providence is sometimes pretty amazing!
In 1829, a ship called The Mermaid was four days away from her destination of Sidney, Australia, when a massive storm struck and drove the ship into a reef. All twenty-two people on board survived and were able to swim to safety.
Three days later, the Swiftsure rescued them.
Five days later, the Swiftsure sank.
Victims from both ships were rescued by the schooner Governor Ready.
Three hours later, the Governor Ready caught fire.
The Comet pulled everyone from lifeboats and brought them aboard.
Five days later, the Comet sank. (The crew went for help in the longboat, leaving the passengers floating in the water.)
Eighteen hours later, the mail boat Jupiter pulled everyone out of the ocean.
In under twelve hours, the Jupiter sank.
Everyone was rescued by the passenger vessel The City of Leeds.
Four days later, The City of Leeds docked in Sidney, Australia.
The amazing thing is: no one died