Returning in surrender

I have sinned my Lord
Against thee I have rebelled
Like the children of Israel I have complained
And harnessed unbelief
I have turned and despised your kindness
I have enslaved myself again in Egypt
Where Pharaoh ruled over me and brought no delight
You have called me to worship
And how I have groaned on the journey
Yet you walk ahead when you could have smoked me
I am sorry, but let my repentance not be like Pharaoh
No more will I walk in the ways of my wickedness
But to you I gladly surrender and obey once again



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