Subject: THE EYE OF THE STORM|
Date: 03 Mar 02 - 10:01 AM
Could not find this via DT and Forum search, so here it is. More source info would be helpful.
MIDI is HERE. (Not in the same key as the arrangement below.)
THE EYE OF THE STORM
Edited and additional verses by Susan O. Hinton
Like a ship sailing out on a trip so rough and long--
So far from shore, so far from home--
I set out in search of a reason to go on,
And I found it in the eye of the storm
No matter what storm clouds may rock this ship of mine,
The light of my Savior leads me safely through the night.
Though my ship may be rocky and my sails may be torn,
I shall rest in the eye of the storm.
When the wind and water rage and the billows start to roll,
The blessed Rock of Ages speaks peace to my soul.
He holds me in His arms so safe and so warm
And I find shelter in the eye of the storm.
He calls us from the harbor to the wild and rolling tide,
His message to speak, His net to cast wide.
And out there He guides us though we're weary and forlorn,
And there's respite in the eye of the storm.
So pull up your anchor and raise your sights to see
The course He has laid out for you and for me.
Then set your sails for heaven, leave the land forevermore,
Journey onward from the eye of the storm.
Like a (G)ship (C)sailing (G)out on a (D)trip so rough and (G)long--
So far (C)from (G)shore, so far from (D)home (D7)--
I (C)set out in search of a reason to go (G)on (C,G),
And I (G)found it in the (D)eye of the (G)storm (C,G)
No (G)matter what (C)storm clouds may (G)rock this ship of mine,
The (G)light of my (C)Savior leads me (G)safely through the (D)night.(D7)
Though my (G)ship may be (C)rocky and my (G)sails may be (C)torn,
I shall (G)rest in the (D)eye of the (G)storm.