More wisdom

More wisdom from Peter Bradley Adams’ music. Wonder if he realized he was penning the words I hear C.S.R. calling? Interspersed with the Beatitudes from Eugene Peterson’s The Message.

If your wandering ever leads you to a place where you don’t know which road to choose
leave your worries behind take the road that leads to mine
& I’ll be waitin’ there for you

3″You’re blessed when you’re at the end of your rope. With less of you there is more of God and his rule.

If your dreaming ever wakes you & you find your dreaming wasn’t true
wipe the sleep from your eyes, leave those nightmares behind
& I’ll be waitin’ there for you
If your fortune ever fails you & you’re down without a dime to see you through
there’s still luck that you can find, you can have a piece of mine
yeah, I’ll make a wish for you

4″You’re blessed when you feel you’ve lost what is most dear to you. Only then can you be embraced by the One most dear to you.

If your lover ever leaves you & you find yourself with no one left to lose
you don’t have to be alone, take the road that leads you home
& I’ll be waitin’ there for you, I’ll be waitin’ there for you

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