Classic CCM Spotlight–Steve Camp

Looks like the boy’s in trouble again
Living much too close to the edge of sin
Now he finds himself where he should not have been
Oh, God, why is your peace so hard to find
And the answer to the questions that haunt my mind?
Oh, Lord, your ways are not like mineAnd it pounds like thunder within my breast
All the anger, all my humanness
And though I call you Lord, I must confess
I’m a stranger to your holiness
A stranger to your holiness

Can we really be what we were meant to be?
Jesus people, living by the Spirit, living free
My heart longs to serve, but wanders so aimlessly
Oh Lord, you deserve every part on me.

Pounds like thunder within my breast
All the anger, all my humanness
And, though I call you Lord, I must confess
I’m a stranger to your holiness
A stranger to your holiness

Hear my cry of desperation
As I see the wickedness of my ways
You alone are my salvation
And, Lord, I’ve learned this one thing to be true Is that the closer I get to you
I see I’m a stranger to your holiness

Don’t want to be no stranger

And it burns like a fire
And it pounds like thunder within my breast
All the anger, all my humanness
And, though I call you Lord, I must confess
I’m a stranger to your holiness
A stranger to your holiness

Don’t want to be no stranger, oh no
Don’t want to be no stranger
Don’t want to be no stranger
Looks like the boy’s in trouble again
Don’t stop loving the stranger

Published by Pastor Bryan Lowe

A repentant rascal with definite issues, but who is seeking to be authentic in his faith to Jesus Christ. An avid reader and a hopeful writer. Husband and father. A pastor and Bible teacher. A brain tumor survivor. Diagnosed with clinical depression, and now disabled. Enjoys life, such as it is, in Alask.a (Actually I have it pretty good.)

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