"All I Ever Have To Be" as written by and Gary Winthur Chapman....
When the weight of all my dreams
Is resting heavy on my head,
And the thoughtful words of health and hope
Have all been nicely said.

But I'm still hurting,
Wondering if I'll ever be
The one I think I am.
I think I am.

Then you gently re-remind me
That you've made me from the first,
And the more I try to be the best
The more I get the worst.

And I realize the good in me,
Is only there because of who you are.
Who you are...
And all I ever have to be

Is what you've made me.
Any more or less would be a step
Out of your plan.
As you daily recreate me,

Help me always keep in mind
That I only have to do
What I can find.
And all I ever have to be

All I have to be
All I ever have to be
Is what you've made me.


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"All I Ever Have to Be" as written by Gary Winthur Chapman

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    General CommentPeople have to take responsibility for themselves...I accept that...But it's a nice comfort to think that God's taking care of everything...Like maybe our screw-ups are still okay...I know what I mean. Maybe I'm just looking for an out. It's a beautiful song.
    minttown1on June 02, 2002   Link

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