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Connie Smith – You Can Move That Mountain lyrics

When I'm down in the valley and all that I can see
Is the mountain there before me as big as it can be
I remember in the Bible I can almost hear 'em say
He's work of conciliation that give me strenght today
You can move that mountain if you just believe
You can move that mountain down into the sea
You can move that mountain if you just believe
You can move that mountain try and you'll see

Then I read a little further and see just what he'd said
And I read about the leper how he raised the dead
But I finally found the trouble would mean the most to me
I read about the Master's seed that grew into the tree
You can move that mountain...

When I feel the spirit of the Lord sweeten over me
As he whispers softly in my ear speaking unto me
Now when you get this courage things get in your way
Just listen to this message before you start to pray
If you have a little bit --- like that mustard seed
You can say I'm to that mountain falling to the sea
You can move that mountain...
You can move that mountain...



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