"Lord (I Don't Know)" as written by Andre Harris, Taalib Johnson and Carvin Haggins....
You are the author of knowledge
You can redeem what's been done
You hold the present and all that's to come
Until your everlasting kingdom

Lord, I don't know where all this is going
Or how it all works out
Lead me to peace that is past understanding
A peace beyond all doubt

You are the God of tomorrow
Turning the darkness to dawn
Lifting the hopeless with hope to go on
You are the rock of all salvation

Lord, I don't know where all this is going
Or how it all works out
Lead me to peace that is past understanding
A peace beyond all doubt

Oh, Lord, you are the author
Redeeming what's been done
You hold us in the present
And all that is to come

Lord, we don't know where all this is going
Or how it all works out
Lead us to peace that is past understanding
A peace beyond all doubt


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"Lord (I Don't Know)" as written by Carvin Haggins Andre Harris

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    General Commentthis song is just awesome. to me it can be as simple as giving all of our situations to god. good or bad. hes there- redeeming whats been done... we may not know where we're going or how it all works out but hes there leading us to peace that is unspeakable. jesus rocks.
    007on August 11, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI guess this song was the Newsboys' response to September 11. We don't know why everything happens, but God has a purpose for it all.
    JohnMon June 22, 2003   Link
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    General CommentThis is as simple as, we don't know what tomorrow brings, only God! And the uncertainty can drive us to borderlining insanity! So, it's like a prayer! And can be applied to many MANY situations in life.
    RaWk4ChRiSton January 26, 2007   Link

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