Restored

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Download the MP3 as a single. Track 1 on album: OAK 

A song of restoration based on people in the Bible who followed God but who also committed major crimes. They turned to God after their mistakes and God had great mercy on them all… References Sampson and his fatal attraction to Delilah, Peter who turned his back on Jesus in fear (even though he loved Him); Jonah, who ran away from God (in racist hatred); and Moses who murdered a man in passion (although this could also be King David.)

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℗ © Copyright Pamela Joy Crawford 2004

RESTORED LYRICS

Warm your hands, but I know you. I’ve seen through.
You’re with the man who we’ve condemned.
You try and pretend but your accent makes you to be a liar and a denier
Are you supposedly his friend who turns his back at the end?

But what is this I find? That even though you fell,
You knelt before your God and He still used you,
Restored your place. Your torn shamed face He restored.

Will you let a weak moment cloud your sense and judgement?
Relent my sweetest boy. I’ll use another ploy, I will find out.
I’ll cause you to doubt. Well you fell in my lair and I found out
That your strength’s in the length of your hair.

But what is this I find? That even though you fell,
You knelt before your God and He still used you,
Restored your place. Your torn shamed face He restored.

The storm is worse because you sailed, you ran and failed.
And as for you, you even killed

But what is this I find? That even though you fell,
You knelt before your God and He still used you,
Restored your place. Your torn shamed face He restored. He restores.

CREDITS

Lyrics & Music: Pamela Joy
Assistant Production: Mike Avery, Allan Neuendorf
Guitars: Jacob Rissmann, Pamela Joy
Percussion: Travis Easton, Rod Wilson
Double Bass: Rod Gear
Shakuhachi: Anne Norman
Lead & Backing Vocals: Pamela Joy
Product Art: Rachel C.D. Marks (“Scarlett and Sam” Series)

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