God Will Make A Way

Album: God Will Make a Way - Songs of Hope (1987)
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  • God will make a way
    Where there seems to be no way
    He works in ways we cannot see
    He will make a way for me

    He will be my guide
    Hold me closely to His side
    With love and strength for each new day
    He will make a way, He will make a way

    By a roadway in the wilderness, He'll lead me
    And rivers in the desert will I see
    Heaven and Earth will fade but His word will still remain
    And He will do something new today

    Oh, God will make a way
    Where there seems to be no way
    He works in ways we cannot see
    He will make a way for me

    He will be my guide
    Hold me closely to His side
    With love and strength for each new day
    He will make a way, He will make a way

    By a roadway in the wilderness, He'll lead me
    And rivers in the desert will I see
    Heaven and Earth will fade but His word will still remain
    And He will do something new today

    Oh, God will make a way
    Where there seems to be no way
    He works in ways we cannot see
    He will make a way for me

    He will be my guide
    Hold me closely to His side
    With love and strength for each new day
    He will make a way, He will make a way

    With love and strength for each new day
    He will make a way, He will make a way Writer/s: Don Moen
    Publisher: Capitol CMG Publishing, Integrity Music
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Phil from Port Of Spain, TrinidadI first heard this song when i accepected chris as a teenager back in Trinidad. I migrated to the states where i been living for the past 20yrs. Although i hasnt been following christ for some years now, this song seems to be the song that slways remind of my walk with Jesus an all the doors he open for me since kiving in the US. This song is truly a word from GOD. It brings tears to my tears eyes anytime i listens to it.
  • Bill from AustraliaHas been a special song to me for many years. Working with refugees in Europe, especially those from African nations, this song was their favourite of those sung in church. Many were in the asylum process and didn’t know if they might be sent back to their country of origin. This was for some an extremely frightening possibility and source of despair. To see their spirits lifted up in worship was so encouraging.
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