Singing a Prayer

March 5, 2010 by  
Filed under Creations

From joining the Grand Ole Opry at just 21 years old, to winning 21 Grammy awards (more than any other female artist), to her work on the best-selling soundtrack for the movie O Brother, Where Art Thou?, Alison Krauss has transformed bluegrass music into a fan favorite.

But some of her most powerful songs are the simplest, like this one: A Living Prayer.

In this world I walk alone

With no place to call my home

But there’s one who holds my hand

The rugged road through barren lands

The way is dark, the road is steep

But He’s become my eyes to see

The strength to climb, my griefs to bear

The Savior lives inside me there

In Your love I find release

A haven from my unbelief

Take my life and let it be

A living prayer, my God to Thee

In these trials of life I find

Another voice inside my mind

He comforts me and bids me live

Inside the love the Father gives

In Your love I find release

A haven from my unbelief

Take my life and let it be

A living prayer, my God to Thee

Take my life and let it be

A living prayer, my God to Thee


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