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I Am (The Bright And Morning Star) Original Song

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I Am (The Bright And Morning Star) Original Song Written By: Michelle C. Djukic Copyright: 1993 Lyrics: I Am the resurrection, I Am the light in all men I Am the bread of life that fell If you believe in Me though yet you were dead you know that Yet you still shall live Glory to the Father who went to the bother of sending us His only Son He gave us mercy when we were worthy of nothing less than death No greater love hath a man than this than a man lay down His Life for His friends.....Verse I I Am the good shepherd, I know my sheep much better I lay down My life for them I lay it down of myself no man takes it from Me, I can take it again I Am the door of the sheep, those before Me were thieves Them My sheep did not hear If any man enter in he shall be saved and go in and out of fertile land.....Verse II I Am.....................The bright and morning star I Am.....................The bright and morning star I Am.....................The bright and morning star I Am.....................The bright and morning star.....Chorus Some men call me Teacher, some men call Me Lord Some call me a Prophet, while others just ignore, that....Bridge I Am.....................The bright and morning star I Am.....................The bright and morning star I Am.....................The bright and morning.........Star....End.....Chorus


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