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Wait On The Lord lyrics

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Donnie Mcclurkin – Wait On The Lord lyrics

Sometimes in life you'll find that
You get in a hurry
But when you have assurance
There is no need to worry

You can wait, wait, wait on the lord and you'll see
He always keep his word.
But just trust in him
Don't be dismayed

Patience in time of trouble
Trust and believe him
And everything God promised
You will receive it

If you wait, wait, wait, on the lord.
And you'll see and he'll
He'll always keep his word.
But you must just trust in him
Don't you be dismayed

Trust in the word of God
His word is true
When did he promise everything in your life
That he will not do

Trust and depend on him
He's always on time
Don't be discouraged
If you just believe

If you wait wait wait on the lord
And you'll see
He will keep his word
You must just trust
Don't be dismayed
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