Verse of the Day – Psalm 107:28-31

Psalm 107:28-31

Psalm 107:28-31

I remember when my now Pastor came to see me, the day after I had wanted to end my own life, he told me of the story of Jesus calming the storm, he said that was what I needed in my life.  Days later I began to pray for the first time in my life, from that point onward the storms began to be silenced, they have raged since, but each time the Lord calms them, I am forever thankful for His unfailing love.

YOU CAME by JONATHAN DAVID and MELISSA HELSER
You stood outside my grave
With tears still on Your face
I heard You say my name
My night was turned to day

You came, I knew that You would come
You sang, My heart it woke up
I’m not afraid, I see Your face, I am alive
You came, I knew that You would come

You said death’s only sleeping
With one word my heart was beating
I rose up from my grave
My fear was turned to faith

You are a miracle-working God
You are a miracle-working God
You are a miracle-working God
You are a miracle-working God
You are a miracle-working God
You are a miracle-working God

You came, I knew that You would come
You sang, My heart it woke up
I’m not afraid, I see Your face, I am alive
You came, I knew that You would come

You came, I knew that You would come
You sang, My heart it woke up
I’m not afraid, I see Your face, I am alive
You came, I knew that You would come

You came, I knew that You would come

You turn my fear into faith
You raise me up from the grave

You turn my fear into faith
You raise me up from the grave

You came, yeah You came, yeah You came
I knew You would come

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