August Mosco

August Mosco

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Pop - Religious | Chicago, Illinois, United States
Total Song Plays: 297   
Member Since: 2004
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Song Description

A prayer about returning to Christian basics.

Lyrics

("Love the Lord your God--
with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.
This is the first and greatest commandment.
-And the second is like it--
Love your neighbor as yourself.
For all the law and the words of the prophets
hang on these two commands."
This, in essence, is our Christian walk:
to worship and give witness to our Father in Heaven.)

Here I am in prayer,
On my knees before Your throne,
Struggling in dispear,
Wondering where I'm going wrong,
The good in my life, I ignore,
While sinful ways persue me more,
I want to start my life anew
with worship and witness for You,

I believe in You,
I believe Christ came to save,
And I know its true,
through His death new life You gave,
So, why am I so earthly bound,
It's two steps up and one step down,
I want to walk the path that's true
with worship and witness of You,

My worship and witness
is the sum of Your Law's decree,
To love You Lord, with selflessness
and my neighbor as I do me,

'Till I've won the race,
Into Heaven, I'll enter,
'Till we're face to face,
Then at last, I'll know for sure,
But search me Lord and show me now
the ways I've failed and teach me how
to become more like Jesus through
my worship and witness of You,

Song Length
3:54
Genres
Pop - Religious, Unique - Gospel
Tempo / Feel
Very Slow (Under 70)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal

Subject Matter
Spirituality, Recovery


Language
English
Era
1950 - 1959

Lyric Credits August Mosco
Music Credits August Mosco
Producer Credits August Mosco
Performance Credits August Mosco/ Anabel Roda