Rendezvous with Grace

Rendezvous–(Fr. rahn-de-voo)
–noun
1. an agreement between two or more persons to meet at a certain time and place.
2. the meeting itself.

–verb (used with object), verb (used without object)
1. to assemble at an agreed time and place.

Word Origin & History
rendezvous
1591, “place for assembling of troops,” from M.Fr. rendez-vous, noun use of rendez vous “present yourselves,” from rendez, imperative of rendre “present” + vous “you.”

A note

A chord

A clarion call

The chance Our Lord has given us all

A rendezvous with grace

.

We run the race of life

Eyes fixed forward, prize awaits

Grace was our beginning

and grace makes our way straight

From the moment we draw breath

to the day life leaves our face

Our most important moment

Is our rendezvous with grace

.

A note

A chord

A clarion call

The chance Our Lord has given us all

A rendezvous with grace

.

The choice is ours that moment

To leave or follow through

And the path our life will take

Is determined by what we do

One path will offer comfort

One, the grace you need

One will give you security

and one your soul will feed

.

A note

A chord

A clarion call

The chance Our Lord has given us all

A rendezvous with grace

.

So present yourself before the throne of Grace

And when you stand before your Lord’s face

Choose grace

Choose grace

Choose grace

.

.

.

Thanks to S.D. Smith for the phrase ‘rendezvous with grace.’

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