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Resting In You

Representative Text

1 In the eye of the hurricane,
I find peace in the storm.
By trusting in You, Lord,
My soul is reborn.
Like a child in Your arms,
Safe and warm against the night,
You will bear me through the darkness,
Surrounded by Your light.

Refrain:
Resting in You, Lord,
Safe in Your arms,
Resting in You, Lord,
I am safe in Your arms.

2 Though the mountains may crumble,
And the sea roll away,
I know You are with me,
Through the night and the day.
For You’re right here inside me;
Yes, You live within my heart.
I’ve abandoned my life into
Your gentle, loving arms. [Refrain]

3 When my burdens grow heavy,
And I bend beneath the load,
Then Your strength will help me
Down the long, dusty road.
All my trials and tribulations,
They can only make me strong.
For You lift my soul with gladness,
And fill my heart with song. [Refrain]


Source: The Cyber Hymnal #10774

Author: Leonard E. Smith

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Author: Ed Beaty

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Text Information

First Line: In the eye of the hurricane
Title: Resting In You
Author: Leonard E. Smith (1994)
Author: Ed Beaty (1994)
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Resting in You, Lord
Notes: "Resting In You" was written by Ed and myself when we worked together on the same worship team leading worship in our church. We were simply overwhelmed by the idea that our lives are really safe in God’s hands no matter what may be happening.
Copyright: © 1994 New Jerusalem Music, PO Box 225, Clarksboro, NJ 08020. Permission is hereby granted to download the MIDI file and lyrics for use in your local church only.

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