Prince of Peace by Thomas Kutz

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True peace is a feeling that many people rarely are able to feel. In my experience, Jesus Christ has been that peace. This is my prayer for the times that I lose touch with the Holy Spirit and long for it again.

Submitted: February 07, 2013

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Submitted: February 07, 2013




Prince of Peace

Oh Prince of Peace,
Please, show yourself.
Please, come to me,
There is no one else

The Peace you bring,
The way you Love-
Transcends all understanding
You alone are enough

I long to feel
Your gentle embrace,
And, I know you're real-
Though I haven't seen Your face

You've made me know
Just how important I am,
You've showed when I am low,
The power of the lamb

You hold me close-
You make me feel warm,
You're what heals me most
When I'm tired and worn

It's been so long
Since I last felt you,
It feels so wrong-
And I don't know what to do

Deep down inside
This feeling burns,
I swallow my pride
And, my heart still yearns

I feel so distant-
So far away,
I'm so resistant
To go on another day

In my head
I know you're there,
When I go to bed
I say a prayer

I know that each step
Each breath I take,
Each time I've wept
And every move I make

Is all a part
Of your great plan,
As you change my heart
And make me into a man.

But the doesn't change
The way I feel,
Still estranged
My heart unsealed

I feel so weak
In the corner I cry,
In need of peace
But no strength to try

To find you where
My heart here breaks,
I'm still so scared
I hesitate-

I don't quite possess
The strength to move,
And I confess
I have everything to lose

So, now I fall-
I'm shouting out,
To hear your call
And lose my doubt

Come down from high
To find me low,
Show me clear skies-
Don't let me go

I am weak
And I feel so lost,
So, Prince of Peace,
Help me, to carry my cross.

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