"Tremble" as written by and Albert Collins....
Have I come too casually? because it seems to me there's something I've neglected how does one approach a deity with informality and still protect the sacred?

Cause you came and chose to wear the skin of all of us and it's easty to forget you left a throne, and the line get's blurry all the time between daily and divine and it's hard to know the difference.

Oh let me not forget to tremble oh let me not forget to tremble face down on the ground do I dare to take the liberty to stare at you oh let me not forget to tremble

What a shame to think that I'd appear even slightly cavalier in the matter of salvation do I claim this gift you freely gave as if it were mine to take with such little hesitation?
Cause you came and stood among the very least of us and it's easy to forget you left a throne,

Oh let me not forget to tremble oh let me not forget to tremble face down on the ground do I dare to take the liberty to stare at you oh let me not forget to tremble

The cradle and the grave could not contain your divinity neither can I oversimplify this love

Oh let me not forget to tremble,

Face down on the ground do I dare to take the liberty to stare at you oh let me not, oh let me not forget to tremble


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"Tremble" as written by Albert Collins

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    General CommentThis is what every believer of the Most High should be saying to themselves. It's just so true and songs like these are why I rate Nichole Nordeman highly.
    VANESSAAon October 08, 2011   Link

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