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TRUST JESUS TODAY
By: Rick Flowers
When it seemed the storm would never end
The clouds began to part
The sun came through with brilliant strength
With promise of a brand-new start
Itís hard to describe the emotion
How good news can make you feel
When someone you care for was hurting
But now begins to heal
Itís like the whole world is different
Everything looks bright and new
From deep inside yourself
Somehow you always knew
That the Master of it all
Who was always in control
Has his hand upon you
And soon would make you whole
The news that healing is coming
Brings a smile to your face
So donít forget to thank the one
Who saved you by his grace
Be thankful to him always
For your life, he has saved
Your future he has given
Your road, he has paved
Your purpose on this earth
Has not yet been fulfilled
Youíve been given extra time
Time, that God has willed
So never take your eyes off
The Master of it all
For his welcome call
One day we will meet him
When he sends his angels down
So make the best of the time you have
Keep your feet on solid ground
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