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The Travelers on this Road

December 2001
Luke 10:25-37, John 4:4-42, Matt 18:21-35
Look at all the people. Where do they all go?
Where are they all coming from?
Does anybody know?
Some walk briskly with goals in mind.
Some saunter with practiced ease.
Some limp and slowly stumble on,
But we all reach the end of the road.
So what’s my hurry? What’s my rush?
Lord give me eyes to see.
Just let me walk as you would walk,
As I travel down this road.
If I’m not too busy to notice;
if I’m not too proud to care,
I can see when a brother’s stumbling Lord,
and walk with him.
So what’s my hurry? What’s my rush?
Lord give me eyes to see.
Just let me walk as you would walk,
As I travel down this road.
Lord I treasure your compassion,
and the care that’s in your eyes.
To the very depths you know my heart;
yet your arms are open wide.
Fill me with your compassion Lord,
For the travelers on this road.
How can I withhold from someone else
What you so freely give to me?
So what’s my hurry? What’s my rush?
Lord give me eyes to see.
Just let me walk as you would walk,
As I travel down this road.
What’s my hurry? What’s my rush?
Lord give me eyes to see.
Just let me walk as you would walk,
As I travel down this road.
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