He Knows

Album: I Will Follow (2015)
  • All the bitter weary ways
    Endless striving day by day
    You barely have the strength to pray
    In the valley low

    And how hard your fight has been
    How deep the pain within
    Wounds that no one else has seen
    Hurts too much to show

    All the doubt you're standing in between
    And all the weight that brings you to your knees

    He knows
    He knows
    Every hurt and every sting
    He has walked the suffering
    He knows
    He knows
    Let your burdens come undone
    Lift your eyes up to the one
    Who knows
    He knows

    We may faint and we may sink
    Feel the pain and near the brink
    But the dark begins to shrink
    When you find the one who knows

    The chains of doubt that held you in between
    One by one are starting to break free

    He knows
    He knows
    Every hurt and every sting
    He has walked the suffering
    He knows
    He knows
    Let your burdens come undone
    Lift your eyes up to the one
    Who knows
    He knows

    Every time that you feel forsaken
    Every time that you feel alone
    He is near to the brokenhearted
    Every tear
    He knows

    He knows
    Every hurt and every sting
    He has walked the suffering
    He knows
    He knows
    Let your burdens come undone
    Lift your eyes up to the one
    Who knows
    He knows
    He knows
    He knows Writer/s: Jeremy Camp, Seth Mosley
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