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One Step At a Time

Saturday, October 20, 2012

When something seems
Too hard to handle
Too big to conquer
Too far away to touch

When all your dreams
Begin to shatter
And deep inside you
You're hurting', oh, so much

That's when it's time to say

Refrain:

I'm climbing my mountain, step by step
I'm climbing my mountain, day by day
I'm climbing my mountain, all the way
I'm climbing my mountain
I'm gonna make it

Chorus:

One step at a time
One step at a time
One step at a time
With Jesus by my side

One step at a time
One step at a time
I'm climbing my mountain
One step at a time

Even though you might grow weary
Don't be discouraged
In your weakness God is strong
Remember this, He'll never leave you
He won't forsake you
He's your strength and He's your song

So sing and start to say...

(Refrain then Chorus)

---- Psalty’s Kids Praise.

The words of this song came rushing back a few weeks ago and I realized I need it now more than ever before. A friend taught me this song when it seemed there was a barricade along my path some 16 years ago, it made me cry a lot to God then and the same repeats itself right now if not worse. But I know if I could walk through that path unarmed but victorious then, I know I can do it now and again and again.
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  • K-GETTING-FIT
    (((hugs))) Temitope! Thank you for sharing. It is such a moving song. I haven't heard it in so long. Found this video:
    http://www.youtube.com/wa
    tch?v=Mf1WGHV0wnQ

    Have a blessed day sweetie:)
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    3008 days ago
  • no profile photo CD8482567
    emoticon step by step, keep climbing sister and 'believe' that God's grace will get you through whatever. Thanks for sharing these lyrics. emoticon
    3012 days ago
  • FEMISLIM
    Yes you can and you will by His grace!'
    3012 days ago
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