have fallen off this horse,
But instinct puts me back on.
For my lack of strength put me down,
Therefore, my own strength will get me
Back on course.
I only go a short time,
Iím bucked off this steed.
Again though, my lack of strength
Put me down, so my own strength
Will get me back on the dime.
donít ride very far on the trail,
And this horse stumbles.
I know it wasn't the fault of the horse
And ĎCowboy upí with a spirit humbled.
to me, the saddle loosened,
And Iím on by back again.
Yet, the faults my own
And alone I jump on up
Carrying some bruised skin.
as this horse starts to gallop,
The bridle slipped the ears.
When I picked myself up,
Only I was to blame and figured
Iíd once more Ďgiddy upí.
I could ride on and on, but a shoe is thrown,
Then the cinch breaks,
Then this horse goes lame.
I still havenít figured it out!
canít ride alone, and itís just not the ride.
Am I even suppose to be on this horse?
Is this the right trail?
So why donít I listen?
need to ride within His will for my life.
Iíll hear his plan and direction if I slow down.
Now, start at the barn
And select according
To what God says.
Then go and
SelahRide Together by Ronhales Psalm 145:11