Across The Ocean

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The Bottom of a Bottle

Across The Ocean

Are the waters rising?
Higher than your hopes
As you struggle against the tide
Waves of despair growing ever stronger
So tired and empty
Drowning in your own sea of self doubt
Yet there He is at your shore
Lift your eyes
Reach out your hands
Because their He stands
Ready, waiting
To rescue you
So let your faith be the first step
Upon the crest of the waves He has stilled
Walk to Him across the waves
Steps of hope and grace
As you walk into His arms
As there He awaits
To wrap you in blankets of worth
To clothe you in His love
He’ll take you far away
From the deep waters you create
To where living waters flow from within
So there He stands
Upon your horizon
So lift you eyes
Fix your hope on Him
And let your journey across your…

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