I’ve been there
It’s more than just stress
Oh, that you had the wings of a dove
You would fly away and rest (Psalm 55:6)

Weeping may last for the night
The longest night of your life
But I can promise you that
Rejoicing comes in the morning (Psalm 30:5)

Are you broken?
Are you dismayed?
You know you did the best you could do
But it ended up this way (Psalm 73:13…23-26)

Weeping may last for the night
The longest night of your life
But I can promise you that
Rejoicing comes in the morning

You will both lay down in peace, and you will sleep (Psalm 4:8)
Where morning dawns and evening fades God calls forth songs of joy (Psalm 65:8)
He’ll sing to you and quiet you with love (Zephaniah 3:17)

I know you feel
You won’t last another day
But when the fires of life arise
You will walk on through unscathed (Isaiah 43:2)

Weeping may last for the night
The longest night of your life
But I can promise you that
Rejoicing comes in the morning


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    General CommentWhen you go to God in times of despair, He will always turn your mourning into rejoicing. Such an awesome hope to have when things suck.
    charcoal_starson January 23, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General Commentthis song makes me very happy.
    i love the hope that it gives you.
    its a good song to listen when you have doubts
    emptyexpressionson November 10, 2006   Link

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