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People Need The Lord
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Asgar Ali
Asgar Ali is the second of the three sons born to Ali Zan in Uttar Pradesh. Asgar was sent to a madrassa like any other Muslim children for education. Asgar completed his tenth standard and began to work in a factory. At this time Asgar had peace-less and sleepless nights. Asgar became weary of the restlessness. There he began a journey to the source of true peace with many thorny and bumpy roads. Asgar, now a Christian apologist on Islam, shares his life transforming story with Jerry Thomas of Sakshi Times.  
By Asgar Ali
Published on 04/19/2010
 
Everyday They Pass Me By, I Can See It In Their Eyes. Empty People Filled With Care, Headed Who Knows Where? On They Go Through Private Pain, Living Fear To Fear. Laughter Hides Their Silent Cries, Only Jesus Hears. People Need The Lord, People Need The Lord. At The End Of Broken Dreams, He's The Open Door. People Need The Lord, People Need The Lord.




When Will We Realize, People Need The Lord?


Everyday They Pass Me By,
I Can See It In Their Eyes.
Empty People Filled With Care,
Headed Who Knows Where?

On They Go Through Private Pain,
Living Fear To Fear.
Laughter Hides Their Silent Cries,
Only Jesus Hears.

People Need The Lord, People Need The Lord.
At The End Of Broken Dreams, He's The Open Door.
People Need The Lord, People Need The Lord.
When Will We Realize, People Need The Lord?



We Are Called To Take His Light
To A World Where Wrong Seems Right.
What Could Be Too Great A Cost
For Sharing Life With One Who's Lost?

Through His Love Our Hearts Can Feel
All The Grief They Bear.
They Must Hear The Words Of Life
Only We Can Share.

People Need The Lord, People Need The Lord
At The End Of Broken Dreams, He's The Open Door.
People Need The Lord, People Need The Lord.
When Will We Realize That We Must Give Our Lives,
For Peo-Ple Need The Lord.

People Need The Lord.

Lyrics by Steve Green