I Have This Hope

Album: Followers (2016)
  • As I walk this great unknown
    Questions come and questions go
    Was there purpose for the pain?
    Did I cry these tears in vain?

    I don't want to live in fear
    I want to trust that You are near
    Trust Your grace can be seen
    In both triumph and tragedy

    I have this hope
    In the depth of my soul
    In the flood or the fire
    You're with me and You won't let go

    But sometimes my faith feels thin
    Like the night will never end
    Will You catch every tear
    Or will You just leave me here?

    But I have this hope
    In the depth of my soul
    In the flood or the fire
    You're with me and You won't let go

    Yes, I have this hope
    In the depth of my soul
    In the flood or the fire
    You're with me and You won't let go

    So, whatever happens I will not be afraid
    Cause You are closer than this breath that I take
    You calm the storm when I hear You call my name
    I still believe that one day I'll see Your face

    I have this hope
    In the depth of my soul
    In the flood or the fire
    You're with me

    I have this hope
    In the depth of my soul
    In the flood or the fire
    You're with me and You won't let go

    In the flood or the fire
    You're with me and You won't let go

    In the flood or the fire
    You're with me and You won't let go Writer/s: JASON INGRAM, MICHAEL DONEHEY, JEFF OWEN
    Publisher: ESSENTIAL MUSIC PUBLISHING, FUN ATTIC MUSIC, LLC
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