"All Things Are Working" as written by Tommie Walker, Fred Hammond and Kim Rutherford....
Falling apart and tearing at the seams
Tribulation lends a hand and squeezes all your hopes, your dreams
You say you retreat, you say you just can't win
Before you let your circumstance tell you how the story ends

His word says you can stand
He'll cover you with His grace
Everything you need is in your hand
So lift up your head and say

All things are working for me even things I can't see
Your ways are so beyond me
But You said that You would let it be for my good
So I'll rest and just believe

I know you think you've got it bad right now
But let me say I know that feeling well
To make good plans for life
And then watch them take a downward spin

Let me encourage you while I encourage me
He sees the raging rain and wind
But He'll speak peace and it will come to an end

The truth is He cannot lie
I'm in His hands and I'm on his mind
He promised me He'd always be there
So by faith He will answer my prayer

All things are working for me even things I can't see
Your ways are so beyond me
But You said that You would let it be for my good
So I'll rest and just believe

Many days and nights I cried
Because I felt let down, let down, let down
But I won't always receive good, I know
But a praise in my heart will remain, oh

So with tears in our eyes
Know sometimes it will get rougher
But say, Lord, I love you more
And that is enough to know

All things are working for me even things I can't see
Your ways are so beyond me
But You said that You would let it be for my good
So I'll rest and just believe

[?] everything, you must believe
Even things I can't see
Your ways are so beyond me
But You said that You would let it be for my good
So I'll rest and just believe


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"All Things Are Working" as written by Kim Rutherford Fred Hammond

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