exhausted beyond repair
stripped of all i had
forced to die inside
now i breathe a renewed Life
it is now i see without my eyes
if this is what it takes to bring me to my knees
then feed me pain until i realize i am but a slave
remind me of my need for You
remind me of who i am

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    General CommentIt is about gods ultimate power and realizing you can not go through life on your own. It is a prayer to God that he will make it evident in his life how much he needs Christ in every part of his life and it will continue to keep him strong in the faith.
    sockpuppeton March 11, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI dunno about anyone else but this kind of tells me what it's like to be human, I'm sure if this was considered a salvation process it would be considered a pretty negative way to think of it. But when you really look at it, you might start seeing it.
    Murphy McManuson April 14, 2004   Link
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    General Commentbadass song all i gots to say
    7under7oath7on January 08, 2005   Link
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    General CommentOFF TOPIC
    where did you get your screen name? I might know you.
    SageLFNon March 11, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis someway reminds me of Job from the bible... how he was stripped from what he owned yet he remained faithful to God..

    but anyways..
    i do want to make this song my prayer..
    me and my fam have gone through a lot of harships, and trials and problems throughout life be to know God even more.. and it makes me realize how much he is essential in my life... that without him i am nothing and there is no purpose in my life without him.

    and that is what it takes (for me to go through things like that) to get to realize God's importance in my life.. then i rather.. than to be far from him or to be proud and say that i don't need him in my life.
    MusicGirl03on August 04, 2008   Link

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