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Verse 1:
There were times when I was going through,
in the midst of my storms, didn't know what to do.
Even though I was down, the Lord taught me to realize,
I never would have made it without You in my life.
No, I never would have made it without You in my life.

Chorus:
Thank You for the storms I had in my life,
thank You for the times
(that You helped me win this fight).

Even though I was down, it taught me to realize,
I never would have made it without You in my life.
I never would have made it without You in my life.

Verse 2:
Lord, You said my trials come to make me strong,
there were times I got weary, but You held me in Your arms.
Even though I was down, it taught me to realize,
I never would have made it without You in my life.
I never would have made it without You in my life.

[Chorus]

Bridge:
Through the storm, through the rain,
(The Lord, don't you know),
(Jesus stayed) stayed the same.

(When I was going though),
(I didn't know what do),
(He told me the battle is not yours)
it belongs to the Lord.

[Chorus]

Vamp:
I made it,
I made it.

I made it,
yes, I made it.



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    UnregisteredFeb 29, 2012 at 6:07 pm
    I love this song alot this is the best ever made my keith wonderboy johsnon and also i like the song called let go and let god have his way.

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