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In days of peace and days of rest

In times of loss and loneliness 



Though rich or poor, Your word is true 

That all my ways are known to You
No trial has come beyond Your hand 

No step I walk beyond Your plan 

The path is dark outside my view 

Still all my ways are known to You
And oh what peace that I have found

Wherever I may be

For all my ways are known to You

Hallelujah, they are known to You!
I do not fear the final night

For death will be the door to life 



You take my hand and lead me through 

For all my ways are known to You
And oh what peace that I have found

Wherever I may be

For all my ways are known to You

Hallelujah, they are known to You!
Open up my eyes so I may see 

That You have made these ways for me 

Open up my eyes so I may see 

That You my God, will walk with me
Open up my eyes so I may see 

That You have made these ways for me 

Open up my eyes so I may see 

That You my God, will walk with me
And oh what peace that I have found

Wherever I may be

For all my ways are known to You

Hallelujah, they are known to You!
And oh what peace that I have found

Wherever I may be

For all my ways are known to You

Hallelujah, they are known to You!

Hallelujah, they are known to You!


All My Ways Are Known to You
M and W—Jonny Robinson, Rich Thompson, Michael Farren, Dustin Smith

© 2016 CityAlight Music

CCLI License #1501423


Glory be to God on high

Let peace on earth descend

God comes down before our eyes

To Bethlehem

God invisible appears

Endless ages wrapped in years

He has come who cannot change

And Jesus is His name


Emptied of His majesty

He comes in human form

Being’s source begins to be

And God is born

All our griefs He’ll gladly share

All our sins He’ll fully bear

He will cover our disgrace

And suffer in our place


Let the joyful news ring out

The Prince of Peace proclaim

Lift your heart and voice to shout

Immanuel’s name

God has kept His promises

What a work of grace this is

Son of Mary, chosen One

The Lamb of God has come


Hosanna, hosanna,

the Lamb of God has come.

Hosanna, hosanna,

He is the promised One.

(Repeat)
Glory be to God on high

Let peace on earth descend

God comes down before our eyes

To Bethlehem

Glory Be to God
Original W--Charles Wesley M and Additional W--Bob Kauflin

© 2006 Sovereign Grace Praise

CCLI License #1501423


Arise, my soul, arise

Shake off your guilty fears

The bleeding sacrifice

On my behalf appears

Before the throne

my surety stands

Before the throne

my surety stands

My name

is written on His hands


He ever lives above

For me to intercede

His all redeeming love

His precious blood to plead

His blood atoned

for every race

His blood atoned

for every race

And sprinkles

now the throne of grace


O my soul, arise

Behold the risen Christ

Your Great High Priest

Your spotless sacrifice

O my soul, arise

God owns you as His child

Shake off your guilty fears

My soul, arise
Five bleeding wounds He bears

Received on Calvary

They pour effectual prayers

They strongly plead for me:

Forgive him,

O forgive, they cry

Forgive him,

O forgive, they cry

Don’t let

that ransomed sinner die!


O my soul, arise

Behold the risen Christ

Your Great High Priest

Your spotless sacrifice

O my soul, arise

God owns you as His child

Shake off your guilty fears

My soul, arise
O my soul, arise

Behold the risen Christ

Your Great High Priest

Your spotless sacrifice

O my soul, arise

God owns you as His child

Shake off your guilty fears

My soul, arise
My God is reconciled

His pard’ning voice I hear

He owns me as His child

I can no longer fear

With confidence

I now draw nigh

With confidence

I now draw nigh

And Father,

Abba, Father, cry

O My Soul, Arise
Verses--Charles Wesley M and W--Eric McAllister

© 2012 Sovereign Grace Worship

CCLI License #1501423


Dear refuge of my weary soul,

on Thee, when sorrows rise,

On Thee, when waves of trouble roll,

my fainting hope relies.

To Thee I tell each rising grief,

for Thou alone canst heal;

Thy Word can bring a sweet relief

for every pain I feel.


But oh! When gloomy doubts prevail,

I fear to call Thee mine;

The springs of comfort seem to fail,

and all my hopes decline.

Yet gracious God, where shall I flee?


Thou art my only trust;

And still my soul would cleave to Thee,


though prostrate in the dust.
Hast Thou not bid me seek Thy face,
and shall I seek in vain?

And can the ear of sov’reign grace

be deaf when I complain?

No, still the ear of sov’reign grace


attends the mourner’s prayer;

O may I ever find access

to breathe my sorrows there.


Thy mercy seat is open still,

here let my soul retreat;

With humble hope attend Thy will,

and wait beneath Thy feet.

Thy mercy seat is open still,

here let my soul retreat;

With humble hope attend Thy will,

and wait beneath Thy feet.

Dear Refuge of My Weary Soul

W—Anne Steele M—Matt Merker

© 2014 Matt Merker


Great is Thy faithfulness,

O God my Father;

There is no shadow

of turning with Thee;

Thou changest not,

Thy compassions, they fail not;

As Thou hast been,

Thou forever wilt be.


Great is Thy faithfulness!

Great is Thy faithfulness!

Morning by morning

new mercies I see.

All I have needed

Thy hand hath provided;

Great is Thy faithfulness,

Lord, unto me!


Summer and winter

and springtime and harvest,

Sun, moon and stars

in their courses above

Join with all nature

in manifold witness

To Thy great faithfulness,

mercy and love.


Great is Thy faithfulness!

Great is Thy faithfulness!

Morning by morning

new mercies I see.

All I have needed

Thy hand hath provided;

Great is Thy faithfulness,

Lord, unto me!


Pardon for sin

and a peace that endureth

Thine own dear presence

to cheer and to guide;

Strength for today

and bright hope for tomorrow,

Blessings all mine,

with ten thousand beside!


Great is Thy faithfulness!

Great is Thy faithfulness!

Morning by morning

new mercies I see.

All I have needed

Thy hand hath provided;

Great is Thy faithfulness,

Lord, unto me!

Great Is Thy Faithfulness


W--Thomas O. Chisholm M--William M. Runyan

© 1923, renewal 1951 by Hope Publishing

CCLI License #1501423