O Father God, the God in heaven and all the earth,
God who goes out before His people,
and reigns above all powers.
Look into all the ends of the earth and to this nation;
for you see under the heavens.
You have declared and established
in your word we read, that the weight of the wind you gave
and apportioned the waters by measure.
Let the lyres and the guitars;
and voices cry out for your goodness.
For your steadfast love endures forever.
Let not your children cry out for survival always,
but praise you with songs of joy;
from the rising of the sun to its setting down.
And in the time of need, the terrors of the flood
and the weights of the easterly wind;
we will call upon you and you deliver us.
You are God able to rescue in the most amazing of ways,
that even fire have no power over our bodies.
Not even the hairs of our head singed
by the works of the enemy.
No and oh never will it be, that the smell of disaster
fall on thine children, O God Most High!
Why should fear reign with the terror of the flood?
For it is no secret that the foundations of the world
can be laid bare at the blast of the breath of his nostrils.
Even more so that life comes with his breath or his command.
Salvation is from the Lord, the stronghold and fortress of the righteous.
Praise be to the Mighty of mighty!
I am no different from my ancestors,
and continue to call upon the only God,
able to deliver on His promises.
Not one deserves your mercy and grace
but even when dams run out of water and;
streams effervescent of nothing but stone and sand,
your mercy and grace flows giving peace beyond my understanding.
As if not enough, your Son you send
to have His name be above every name.
And now we come in his name for that mercy;
In His name we come humbly for that forgiveness,
In His name we continue to come for that privilege
to be in your presence.
In your presence, where there is no wrong;
where there is no evil, where I fail not,
and where I can praise you forever.
For your deserved all praise and worship.
Your steadfast love endures forever.
Many are those who continue to rest on this world,
and trust on their strengths alone.
Look not on my sins for it is many!
I confess and say sorry!
To you alone O God
and to the strength of your might I cling and believe.
Straighten our hearts to discover good,
and let our tongues bring no one to calamity.
O Father let the one who waters the watered be watered today;
let every one come with a hand in the unity of the Spirit,
independent of circumstances, devoid of purpose but do so cheerfully.
There are in this world so many to behold.
As numerous as the bodies and objects in the universe.
Not even the best in his lifetime
would able be every bit know how to perform all;
but certainly there are many
a way to live even after a catastrophe.
For even as they were spoken
to happen repeatedly;
in a manner as the earth revolves again and again;
even more so, man in His Spirit lives forever and ever.