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Homesick Chords, Lyrics, Sheet Music – MercyMe

You’re in a better place, I’ve heard a thousand times And at least a thousand times I’ve rejoiced for you But the reason why I’m broken, the reason why I cry Is how long must I wait to be with you

Bring The Rain Chords, Lyrics, Sheet Music – MercyMe

I can count a million times People asking me how I Can praise You with all that I’ve gone through The question just amazes me Can circumstances possibly Change who I forever am in You

You Are I Am Chords, Lyrics, Sheet Music – MercyMe

I’ve been the one to shake with fear And wonder if You’re even here I’ve been the one to doubt Your love I’ve told myself You’re not enough

You Know Better Chords, Lyrics, Sheet Music – MercyMe

You’d think I’d know by now, who’s running the show And what really matters But I keep picking a fight with letting go And keep getting hammered It’s a knockdown, drag out Oh and I am face down for the count And I’m reminded I’m not the one in control

Take The Time Chords, Lyrics, Sheet Music – MercyMe

You can turn around and walk away Tell yourself there’s nothing here to see Try so hard to look the other way As if you haven’t noticed anything

The Hurt And The Healer Chords, Lyrics, Sheet Music – Mercyme

Why, the question that is never far away The healing doesn’t come from the explained Jesus please don’t let this go in vain You’re all I have, all that remains So here I am, what’s left of me Where glory meets my suffering

Move Chords and Lyrics – MercyMe

I’m not about to give up, because I heard You say There’s gonna be brighter days, there’s gonna be brighter days I won’t stop, I’ll keep my head up, No I’m not here to stay There’s gonna be brighter days, there’s gonna be brighter days

Beautiful Chords and Lyrics – MercyMe

The days will come when you don’t have the strength When all you hear is you’re not worth anything Wondering if you ever could be loved And if they truly saw your heart they’d see too much