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  • Writer's pictureSue Bowles

I Will Sing

It’s easy to sing when you’re excited. Personally, I feel most free with a loud car stereo pumping out my favorite Christian music (whatever it may be at the time), open road, and the window down.

But what about when partly cloudy is the weather forecast of your life that day? When it’s gray & dreary & you ‘just don’t feel like it.’ You know – those couch potato days.

Last week I came across a song on an old worship tape by Don Moen and it’s been the expression of my heart since. And I’ve found myself singing it this morning as I fight thru the wave of last night. And it makes it more real. May this be the cry of your heart.

I Will Sing (Don Moen)

Lord You seem so far away/a million miles or more it feels today And though I haven’t lost my faith/I must confess right now That’s it hard for me to pray But I don’t know what say/And I don’t know where to start But as You give the grace/ With all that’s in my heart (chorus) I will sing/I will praise Even in my darkest hour/Through the sorrow and the pain I will sing/I will praise Lift my hands to honor You/Because Your Word is true I will sing Lord it’s hard for me to see/All the thoughts and plans You have for me But I will put my trust in You/Knowing that You died to set me free But I dont’ know what to say/And I don’t know where to start But as You give the grace/With all that’s in my heart (chorus) I will sing/I will praise Even in my darkest hour/Through the sorrow and the pain I will sing/I will praise Lift my hands to honor You/Because Your Word is true I will sing I will sing/I will sing/I will sing

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May we sing well today.

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