What would I do without you?
Where would I go, east or west, north or south?
I’d be lost in a world cold and lonely at best;
Wandering, and confused by unrest.
When suddenly I hear your tender voice,
“Rejoice and be glad for you belong to me.”

Belonging to you, Lord. Yes, belonging to you. I was born from your heart; there’s no doubt in my mind. Going home to your mansions when my last breath is done is a gift from our Father to his daughters and sons.

I cry out to you in trembling and fear.
My God! My God!
Why have you forsaken me?
There’s a God-sized hole in my heart.
Then, tenderly you whispered in my heart,
“My child!
Oh, my child the desert will lead to me.”

Belonging to you, Lord. Yes, belonging to you. I was born from your heart; there’s no doubt in my mind. Going home to your mansions when my last breath is done, is a gift from our Father to his daughters and sons.

The gift of your love brings me life and
freedom from sin and despair.
For I’m washed in your blood,
Pure and holy in your sight and your grace
Is sufficient for me.
Then blessed by your peace my heart sings its’ song:
Rejoice and be glad for I belong to you.
COPYRIGHT Words/Music inspired by and dedicated to the Holy Trinity by Marilyn McCann

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