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My life is in your hands by Kirk Franklin


Joy comes in the morning, troubles they don't last always

For there's a friend in Jesus, who will wipe your tears away

And if your heart is broken, just lift your hands and say:

"I know that i can make it

I know that i can stand

No matter what may come my way

My life is in your hands"

You don't have to worry and don't you be afraid

Joy comes in the morning, troubles they don't last always

For there's a friend in Jesus, who will wipe your tears away

And if your heart is broken, just lift your hands and say:

"I know that i can make it

I know that i can stand

No matter what may come my way

My life is in your hands

With Jesus i can take it

With him i know i can stand

No matter what may come my way

My life is in your hands"

So when the tests and trials, may seem to get you down

And all your friends and loved ones are nowhere to be found

Remember there's friend in Jesus, who will wipe your tears away

And if your heart is broken, just lift your hands and say

"I know that i can make it

I know that i can stand

No matter what may come my way

My life is in your hands

With Jesus i can take it

With him i know i can stand

No matter what may come my way

My life is in your hands"

"I know that i can make it

I know that i can stand

No matter what may come my way

My life is in your hands

With Jesus i can take it

With him i know i can stand

No matter what may come my way

My life is in your hands"

With Jesus i can take it

With him i know i can stand

No matter what may come my way


My life is in your hands"

"I know that i can make it

I know that i can stand

No matter what may come my way


Songwriters: Kirk Franklin

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