Gary Lee Ireland

Gary Lee Ireland

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Country - Religious | Des Moines, Iowa, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,624   
Member Since: 2006
   Last Login: 2/19/2020

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Plays:

208

Song Description

Confessing to the Lord that I have been away from His church family and asking for the Lord to hear my prayer. It is an effort to get back to Christ.

Story Behind the Song

Going through some difficult years it was easy to move away from the church and all it has to offer. This song represents a realization of that and an effort to establish a new relationship with Christ and his fellowship.

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Lyrics

HEAR MY PRAYER

VERSE 1:
Lord I have walked through much of my life without you
So my path hasn't always been clear
I've been unable to see through the darkness
With a spirit thats been weakened by fear
Now my past is causing me to doubt
As my life begins to test my faith
Lord I have failed you in so many ways
That I'm ashamed to receive your grace,
Hear my prayer

CHORUS:
Hear my prayer
Our Father who art in Heaven
Hear my prayer
Oh hallowed would be thy name
Hear my prayer
For I have fallen short of you glory
Please have mercy on my soul
For I have sinned
Hear my prayer

VERSE 2:
So in this hour I seek your forgiveness
Grant me grace through all my despair
All I ask is for you to keep your promise
And then listen to my prayer,
Hear my prayer

BRIDGE:
Lord I pray to seek inner peace
Lord I pray for your power and strength
Its been said Heaven will wait for those who pray
If so then Lord just let me say

Song Length
3:47
Genres
Country - Religious, Country - Religious
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Peaceful, Engaging

Subject Matter
Religion, Spirituality


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Gary Ireland
Music Credits Gary Ireland
Producer Credits Brad Engleby
Performance Credits Gary Ireland & Brad Engleby