when you can’t sing the words…

I stood with the rest,
those that I see week after week,
they were singing these words….
I just couldn’t find it in me to sing along.

I sat on the deck
with him after…
he grilled and listened,
when I told him I couldn’t sing along.

It was in the talking it out…again…
that I remembered the peace
of a soul just listening
to the Body singing Kari Jobe’s “Healer.”

Maybe, soon, I will sing along….

You hold my very moment
You calm my raging seas
You walk with me through fire
And heal all my disease
I trust in You, I trust in You

I believe You’re my healer
I
believe You are all I need
I believe

And I believe You’re my portion
I believe You’re more than enough for me
Jesus You’re all I need

You hold my very moment
You calm my raging seas
You walk with me through fire
And heal all my disease
I trust in You, Lord I trust in You

I believe You’re my healer
I believe You are all I need
Oh, I believe


I believe You’re my portion
I believe You’re more than enough for me
Jesus You’re all I need

Nothing is impossible for You
Nothing is impossible
Nothing is impossible for You
You hold my world in Your hands

Nothing is impossible for You
Nothing is impossible
Nothing is impossible for You
You hold my world in Your hands

I believe You’re my healer
I believe You are all I need
Oh, yes You are, yes You are

And I believe You’re my portion
Lord I believe You’re more than enough for me
Jesus You’re all I need
More than enough for me
Jesus You’re all I need

You’re my healer

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2 thoughts on “when you can’t sing the words…

  1. I remember the days of not being able to sing — it makes the singing “after” so much sweeter. And He taught me — “Child, you keep looking for a healing – you might be disappointed. You look for your Healer – and I will never disappoint.” Praying for a sweet comfort for you today — and one day you’ll be taking a walk, like me, and singing that song at the top of your lungs – even if the circumstance hasn’t changed.

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