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Lord, I need you...

The earliest recorded use of Lord in the English language in a religious context was by English Bible translators such as Bede. It was widely used in the King James Bible translated in the 17th century. (Wikipedia)

From “Lord, I Need You,” is a call to intentional submission." “The whole idea of being dependent on God is just really counter-cultural,” says Maher, expressing the core message behind the song, “but I think that’s sort of at the heart of the Gospel—the way of freedom is through surrender.”


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