The God of the Impossible

4:43 a.m. That moment when you realize you typed in the lyrics to the wrong song on your last post.

(Sigh.)

They both had the same title. I memorize the chords…the words?…not so much. Below are the correct lyrics.

“God of the Impossible”

 

“Lord, I come with newfound faith.

I will trust ev’ry word You say.

All my fears I’m laying down at Your feet.

 

I will trust in Your grace that cannot be earned,

Walk through the fire and not be burned.

All my doubts have lost their sound to Your voice.

You are who You are,

 

The God of the impossible,

The God of the impossible,

The God of the impossible.

You are who You are,

The God of the impossible,

The God of the impossible,

The God of the impossible.

You are who You are,

The God of the impossible.

 

Lord, I come with willing hands;

Use my life to fulfill Your plan.

All I have I give to You, an offering.

You are who You are,

You are who You are.

 

The God of the impossible,

The God of the impossible,

The God of the impossible.

You are who You are,

The God of the impossible,

The God of the impossible,

The God of the impossible.

You are who You are,

The God of the impossible.

 

You can do all things,

You can do all things.

Even in the valley,

Still my heart will sing.

You can do all things,

You can do all things.

Nothing is impossible for You.

 

The God of the impossible,

The God of the impossible,

The God of the impossible.

You are who You are,

The God of the impossible,

The God of the impossible,

The God of the impossible.

You are who You are,

The God of the impossible,

The God of the impossible.”

 

Lincoln Brewster and Mitch Wong

I corrected the post and printed a new one for Mom. I decided to post the correction. It is good for me to type “The God of the impossible” over and over!

What song is going through your head? “Reckless Love” by Cory Asbury is going through my head right now.

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