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TRUST JESUS TODAY
How much time does it take to care
We're always running around
With not even a minute to spare
In all this hustle what have you found
Did you get everything you needed
By ignoring those God put in your day
Do you feel you have really succeeded
By pushing even God out of your way
When you were lost and needing a smile
Did someone reach out and touch you.
Did they go that uncalled for extra mile
Give you that hope to see you through
Can you stop and see the needs of others
Can you forgo one hour or even a minute
To soothe the pain of your brothers
Can you have a day with God's love in it
Can you touch just one in His name
Can God expect to see His love in you
If you can you"ll never be the same
Here's hoping to heaven you do
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