57 God Is in My Heart

Verse 1

The path of preaching’s full of ups and downs,

I think of You, and I pray to You.

My soul is soothed

by pondering Your words and seeing Your love, oh.

To bear witness for You, I bear humiliation,

and I know even better how lovely You are.


Chorus

Following You, I’ll walk ever on to the end.

When You change Your form,

we’ll welcome Your return, whoa,

we’ll welcome Your return.


Verse 2

It’s Your words which nurture me

and give me a human life.

Thinking of Your love, my heart feels enjoyment,

and my whole body is filled with strength, with strength.

I abandon everything and expend for You.

It is You who exalts me.


Chorus

Following You, I’ll walk ever on to the end.

When You change Your form,

we’ll welcome Your return, whoa,

we’ll welcome Your return, oh.

Oh, following You, I’ll walk ever on to the end.

When You change Your form,

we’ll welcome Your return, whoa,

we’ll welcome Your return.


Bridge

Hardships and always being on the go

cause me no pain, for You are with me.

Though I cannot see Your face,

my heart still loves You, and You are in my heart.

Your love has already put down roots in my heart,

and I shall forever be loyal to You.


Chorus

Following You, I’ll walk ever on to the end.

When You change Your form,

we’ll welcome Your return, whoa,

we’ll welcome Your return,

we’ll welcome Your return,

we’ll welcome Your return.

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