Lyric Theology
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I’M Alive… I’m On Fire


When I was locked inside my head When I was lost in a maze of doubt You called my name and woke me up You called my name and let me out And when I chased one more mirage ’til I was tired and parched again You gave me one more cup to fill And sent me one more desert rain I’m alive I’m on fire And my spirit burns with desire You set me alive But I am with nowhere to hold it inside I wanted to thank you thank you, thank you I was sure of all I knew I knew the world was mine to claim I had directions printed out And then I hit a world of shame Out there alone and left to die Caught out from You, my sole supply You shed your tears for me and then You took my hand and raised me high I’m alive I’m on fire And my spirit burns with desire You set me alive But I am with nowhere to hold it inside I wanted to thank you thank you, thank you

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There are three things I think about every moment of everyday... they consume me deeply. How to: 1. Refine my theological understanding 2. sharpen my ethical rigor 3. and heighten my devotional intensity. These are the things I write about. Welcome you to my blog... Join me on this incredible journey of exploration and discovery of all the things God has in store for His children. Join by following or subscribing. I appreciate your thoughts, comments and friendship. Walter

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  1. Thank you Lord for yesterday, today and tomorrow. It’s all in your hand – Set me on fire for you, set me alve for you until I cn no longer contain it. Thank you!

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