Even If

  • Sometimes all we have to hold on to
    Is what we know is true of who You are
    So when the heartache hits like a hurricane
    That could never change who You are
    And we trust in who You are

    Even if the healing doesn’t come
    And life falls apart
    And dreams are still undone
    You are God You are good
    Forever faithful One
    Even if the healing
    Even if the healing doesn’t come

    Lord we know Your ways are not our ways
    So we set our faith in who You are
    Even though You reign high above us
    You tenderly love us
    We know Your heart
    And we rest in who You are

    You’re still the Great and Mighty One
    We trust You always
    You’re working all things for our good
    We’ll sing your praise

    You are God and we will bless You
    As the Good and Faithful One
    You are God and we will bless You
    Even if the healing doesn’t come
    Even if the healing doesn’t comeWriter/s: SCOTT KRIPPAYNE, TONY WOOD
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