"You Will Never Walk Alone" as written by and Lowell Alexander....
Along life's road
There will be sunshine and rain
Roses and thorns, laughter and pain
And 'cross the miles
You will face mountains so steep
Deserts so long and valleys so deep
Sometimes the Journey's gentle
Sometimes the cold winds blow
But I want you to remember
I want you to know

You will never walk alone
As long as you have faith
Jesus will be right beside you all the way
And you may feel you're far from home
But home is where He is
And He'll be there down every road
You will never walk alone

never, no never

The path will wind
And you will find wonders and fears
Labors of love and a few falling tears
Across the years
There will be some twists and turns
Mistakes to make and lessons to learn
Sometimes the journey's gentle
Sometimes the cold winds blow
But I want you to remember wherever you may go

(Repeat Chorus)

Jesus knows your joy, Jesus knows your need
He will go the distance with you faithfully

(Repeat Chorus)

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"You Will Never Walk Alone" as written by Lowell Alexander

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    General CommentJesus said, "I will never leave you, I'll never forsake you." He'll always be there, through the good times and the bad.
    JessiLon April 28, 2002   Link
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    General CommentReminds me of this verse: [Jesus said] "Be sure of this, I am with you always, even to the end of the age." (Matthew 28:20)

    Point of Grace's songs have the best melodies and lyrics.
    pyrohearton July 31, 2002   Link
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    General CommentAgreed...fully and completely agree with you pyro. *nods
    This song is very comforting and we all could use comfort at one point or another. Jesus is and will be right beside me all the way.
    *sigh...(a pleased one)
    hisbloodbringsmehopeon August 11, 2002   Link

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