Still There

Something to remember when you’re struggling…Jesus will still be there! Don’t try and make it on your own, lean on God, He’s always there with you and will help you through.

Point Of Grace perform the song Jesus With Still Be There which reassures us of God’s presence with us at all times. Listen closely to the words and listen to God speaking to you through them.

Jesus Will Still Be There
Words by robert sterling/music by john mandeville

Things change, plans fail
You look for love on a grander scale
Storms rise, hopes fade
And you place your bets on another day
When the going gets tough
When the rides too rough
When youre just not sure enough

Jesus will still be there
His love will never change
Sure as the steady rain
Jesus will still be there
When no one else is true
Hell still be loving you
When it looks like youve lost it all
And you havent got a prayer
Jesus will still be there

Time flies, hearts turn
A little bit wiser from lessons learned
But sometimes, weakness wins
And you lose your foothold once again
When the going gets tough
When the rides too rough
When youre just not sure enough

Jesus will still be there
His love will never change
Sure as the steady rain
Jesus will still be there
When no one else is true
Hell still be loving you
When it looks like youve lost it all
And you havent got a prayer
Jesus will still be there

When it looks like youve lost it all
And you havent got a prayer
Jesus will still be there

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One comment

  1. Beautiful song. It's true that Jesus is always with us.I'm glad that I never walk alone anywhere and I'm always amazed to think the Jesus is interceding for us…Be blessed to be a blessingLynne

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