When Tommorow Came


When tomorrow came We were the awakening songs of Princes, The sweet wine of a wise emperor See children dancing with her anthem The young men are completely drunk in his delight And the elderly, they open their mouths in awe; The candor of our surge and swell When tomorrow came We were birds in …

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Morning Prayer


Hold my gaze into your gaze, lover of my soul. Don't slip away. Stay! Eternal Father and lover of my soul, Keep me awake in thee as I press daily To Drink from the Wells of Your Salvation Let me not wander away from the unveiling And mingling in Your light, after this prayer is …

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Ancient Monarch Of Zion


Forever, Jesus, You are King Thy throne, unveiled in majesty O’ ancient monarch of Zion O’ ancient monarch of Zion The crown prince of the Father Forever you reign, forever you are God May your bower becomes our resting place In you, our spirit is knitted to eternal life Our hearts bundled with themes of …

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THE GOODNESS OF GOOD


“O give thanks to the Lord of lords: for his mercy endureth for ever. To him who alone doeth great wonders: for his mercy endureth for ever.”‭‭Psalms‬ ‭136:3-4‬ ‭KJV‬‬ 👇🏾 Press Play, listen and be nourished. Our God is good Your God is so good You have no reason to quit on yourself You have …

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‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’: Zuko’s Scars and Ours


Avatar is a record-breaking cult classic. No, not the blockbuster film nor the lamentable movie remake, but the animated TV show that debuted in 2005 and recently resurfaced on Netflix. Avatar: The Last Airbender is a coming-of-age story about a preteen protagonist (Aang) and his friends who seek to end an ongoing war to restore peace on earth. Along …

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Poisôn & Gracè


You'll Live Through Many Deaths Before You Cross The Ivory Bridge To Cessation. Dear God, Just the thought of loving my enemies is like poison inside my belly. But I am willing to die to self So that grace will triumph