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TRUST JESUS TODAY
This is a worship song in the key of D. The song was taken from the scriptures in the book of Psalm 61. It is a great song we use during the depth of worship. The pace of the song steady with a soft ending.
LEAD ME TO THE ROCK
Written by David Dolin, Janet Sewell, Amii Kennedy
Music by David Dolin
HEAR MY CRY OH MIGHTY GOD
AND LISTEN TO MY PRAYER
FROM THE END OF THE EARTH
I WILL CRY TO YOU. WHEN MY HEART
LEAD ME TO THE ROCK
THAT IS HIGHER THAN I
LEAD ME BY YOUR COOL CLEAR WATERS
LEAD ME TO THE ROCK, THAT IS HIGHER THAN I
STILL MY SOUL, STILL MY SOUL
AND LEAD ME TO THE ROCK
YOU HAVE BEEN A SHELTER
AND A REFUGE FOR ME
A STRONG TOWER AGAINST MY ENEMIES
WITH YOUR WINGS, WILL YOU COVER ME (CHORUS)
THERE I WILL DWELL IN YOUR PRESENCE
I WILL TRUST IN YOUR WAYS
BY YOUR GRACE I WILL SING YOUR PRAISE
FOREVER, FOREVER (CHORUS)
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