May You be as welcome
In my heart as on that day
When crowds laid cloaks and branches
To glorify your way,
Proclaiming you as rightful king,
They sang and praised your name,
That you healed the blind, the sick,
The outcast and the lame.
Your rule in me is what I need
To combat my foul pride and greed,
To count the cost and sow good seed
With wisdom and with grace.
So as your influence grows,
Your wondrous mercy flows,
With joy my whole soul knows
That I have put You in your place.