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TRUST JESUS TODAY
This song is made to help others understand and know how to trust in the Lord. To trust in him even when the chips are down.
I see the storm that hangs above me;
The dark clouds, that circles my very being.
Hiding my joy, hiding my laughter,
Steeling all the goodness in me.
But then a ray of hope shines through the darkness.
Proving God still loves me,
and that my faith goes beyond the trust I have in you.
I will learn to trust in you.
Where ever I may go,
What ever I may do.
I will learn to put my trust in you.
(Repeat last line and fade out)
I see the winds are blowing stronger.
Making my pathway seem so much longer.
Unsure of the steps I need to take.
Unsure of each move I must make.
I will learn to trust in you, Oh Lord;
Knowing you will help me through.
Although, the storms seem to have rolled away.
And everything seems to be going my way.
Somehow, I still find myself grabbing hold of you.
Knowing your hand of mercy is there to guide me through.
So, I will trust in you akk the rest if my days.
I will hold your hand tightly as we walk along the narrow way.
Repeat chorus and fade.
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