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On my knees

Here is the song I have been singing over and over in my head over the last month. It was written by a friend of ours at church who is an incredible singer/songwriter. His name is Lou Hager and he wrote "On my Knees" a few years back when his brother was really ill. I could not get it out of my head when my Pops was here and suffering.
I pray that this song blesses you as it has to me.


Here I am Lord, I’m on my knees again,
Seeking the forgiveness, that only You can give
You’re my rock Lord, You’re my salvation,
Showing Your mercy, everyday that I live.
I can’t make it, without Your strength Lord,
No I’m nothing without You, so Lord hear my pleas,
Cause humbly I come to You
I’ll meet You on my knees

Yes on my knees Lord, is where You’ll find me
Your love reminds me, that You’re always there.
And when I’m with You, nothing else matters.
Be with me please,
I’ll meet You on my knees.

Here I am Lord, I’m on my knees again,
Thankful for the blessings and the love that You have shown.
You have provided, all that was needed,
When you gave us , the greatest gift this world has known.
So in this quiet time, draw us closer
Yes, You promised to be with us, to those who believe.
So humbly I come to You,
I’ll meet You on my knees

Yes on my knees Lord, is where You’ll find me
Your love reminds me, that You’re always there.
And when I’m with You, nothing else matters.
Be with me please, I’ll meet You on my knees,
Stay with me please, I’ll meet You on my knees
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