"In Your Hands" as written by Krystal Meyers, Josiah Bell, Robert Marvin and David May....
In Your hands, I know he
Could be a man of peace
So take him now, and lead him on
And though the world would try to tear him down,
Only You can make him strong.

Chains of doubt,
And chains of hate
Never stop a man whose love is free
To sow the seeds of faith.
All the despair of the darkest night
Can't keep his hope from turning this world
Toward the morning light.
I know this world will never understand
Or return the love that he's been born to give.
It's in the giving he receives.
His pardon is in the pardoning.
And in dying he's born again to live.

In the sound of Your voice
He has finally found his joy.
So shine through him, and let him shine
With the light you lit within him
That shadows cannot bind.

Chains of doubt,
Chains of hate
Never stop a man whose love is free
To sow the seeds of faith.
All the despair of the darkest night
Can't keep his hope from turning this world
Toward the morning light.
I know this world will never understand
Or return the love that he's been born to give.
It's in the giving he receives.
His pardon is in the pardoning.
And in dying he's born again to live.

Chains of doubt,
And chains of hate
Never stop a man whose love is free
To sow the seeds of faith.
All the despair of the darkest night
Can't keep his hope from turning this world
Toward the morning light.
I know this world will never understand
Or return the love that he's been born to give.
It's in the giving he receives.
His pardon is in the pardoning.
And in dying he's born again to live.
In Your hands.
In Your hands.


Lyrics submitted by Midorrian

"In Your Hands" as written by Josiah Bell Krystal Meyers

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP, MUSIC SERVICES, INC.

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