"Masada: The Spiral Staircase" as written by Ronald Ray Bryant, Juan Carlos Jr. Salinas and Oscar Edward Salinas....
Ransom my hope. Set me free,
And set my eyes to see what you have in store for me.
I'm on the edge of all of this, captured by selfishness,
But offering my one last breath to ransom my faithfulness.

With our hands we have ravaged the world.
Time and time again, I have drowned in affliction.
A shell of a man. Take this body, this waste of breath.
A shell of a man. I have served my time.
This body is a tomb. I'm still waiting for your fire.

My blood boils, I've watched out foundations crumble beneath our feet.
My blood boils. Still we plead for sympathy,
Knowing very well we've played the foe for too long.

Savior! Redeemer! Redemption! Rapture! Armageddon!
With arms outstretched to You, I will welcome the end!

Restoration: The Return From Exile
There is nothing that I desire more than to be with You.
Will you remember me and help me find my way back?
Will you remember me?
My heart was once led astray, but with new eyes I can see that you were never far away.
My own heart, my own hands, my own will.
With your grace it’s not too late.
T’was distance that turned my heart sour, and I shall not live in fear today.
You are all that I desire, and in my final hour I will not stray from your side.
I find rest in you alone.
I am home!

Lyrics submitted by xOdad_jianx

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