God Provides

Album: One Way (2016)
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  • God provides, so why do I worry about my life
    When you come to my rescue a thousand times
    Every other voice it is a lie
    God provides

    God provides
    In ways I can't explain and can't deny
    The little that I have He multiplies
    Just when I feel He won't show up on time
    God provides

    He'll come through
    When the clouds of doubt rain down on you
    And test everything you thought you knew
    Now you finally see what God can do, for you

    So tonight
    Close your eyes
    There's no more need to fight
    Watch God provide

    God provides
    It's hard to say when there's no food to eat
    Or what you see feels all that life will be
    And will this be another year of misery, for me
    But my faith, can't survive on just things I see
    And my feelings can't control my destiny
    See God I only want what you believe, for me

    So tonight
    Close your eyes
    There's no more need to fight, ooh
    Watch God provide

    God provides (yeah, He will provide)
    God provides (before your eyes)
    God provides (oh, He will, He will) provides

    So tonight
    Close your eyes
    There's no more need to fight
    Watch God provide

    God provides (He will provide)
    God provides (before your eyes, He will)
    God provides (whatever your need, I know that He will provide)

    God provides (yes, He'll step right in, in the nick of time, yes he will)
    God provides (He'll open the windows of Heaven)
    God provides (and pour you out a blessing, you won't have room to receive, yeah)

    So tonight
    Close your eyes
    There's no more need to fight
    Watch God provide Writer/s: Kirk Franklin
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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