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TRUST JESUS TODAY
Taken from my favorite Psalm, the 91st Psalm.
Angels He sends keep me from falling
They steady me with heavenly hands
Because He loves me, He will save me
On Christ the solid rock my victory stands
A thousand fall at my side
Around me a thousand more are dying
But that evil will not touch me
My savior wipes away my tears
And ends my crying
My God above is my only refuge
His wings will shelter me from all harm
I'm save within His word and promise
I will find my strength within my saviors arms
He's with me so in the dark, I am not frightened
I do not fear the dangers of the day
I trust in His name, and He directs my path
And with me He says He will always stay
I've got joy in the midst of sorrow
I've got peace in a trouble time
I've got love to conquer hatred
The Holy Spirit as my guide
Even though a thousand fall at my side
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