Each step i take my savior goes before me
My Savior Forever (Forever, #1) by Vicki GreenNew Edition, New Cover and revamped story!
‘With all my heart,
With every inch of my Soul,
With every breath I take,
I promise to love you forever’
Cassie can’t remember being loved, being wanted. At a young age she was placed in Foster care that moved her around from one place to the other. Finally being freed at 18, she was left with no money and nowhere to go until she finds a small town in Kansas where she can start over.
Little did she know her life was going to be uprooted again when she is kidnapped and brutally raped.
Jesse is considered HOT in most women’s eyes, but has little time for Romance. While searching for his Mother’s killers, he witnesses a young girl being kidnapped. He now faces decisions that he must make quickly.
Will Jesse rescue Cassie? Will Cassie ever find the happiness she longs for?
*Due to strong language and sexual content, this book is not intended for readers under the age of 18.
All the way my Savior leads me
All the way my Savior leads me, What have I to ask beside? Can I doubt His tender mercy, Who through life has been my Guide? All the way my Savior leads me, Cheers each winding path I tread, Gives me grace for every trial, Feeds me with the living Bread. Though my weary steps may falter And my soul athirst may be, Gushing from the Rock before me, Lo! A spring of joy I see; Gushing from the Rock before me, Lo! A spring of joy I see. All the way my Savior leads me, Oh, the fullness of His love!
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Let my prayer be set forth in your sight as incense, the lifting up of my hands as the evening sacrifice. Psalm My song is love unknown, My Savior's love to me; Love to the loveless shown, That they might lovely be.
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