highs and lows hillsong

Highs & Lows (feat. Joel Houston) (Live at Hillsong Conference ...

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Lyrics

When it feels like the dark

Lingers longer than the night

When the shadows feel like giants

Are You chasing me down?

Tell me where could I run

From Your light, where could I hide

Hemmed within Your precious thoughts

There's no hiding from Your love

Highs and lows

Lord, You're with me either way it goes

Should I rise or should I fall?

Even so

Lord, Your mercy is an even flow

You're too good to let me go

Should I dance on the heights

Or make my bed among the depths

Your mercy waits at every end

Like You planned it from the start

Should the dawn come with wings

Or find me far-side of the sea

There Your hand still fastens me

Ever closer to Your heart, oh

Highs and lows

Lord, You're with me either way it goes

Should I rise or should I fall?

Even so

Lord, Your mercy is an even flow

Should I rise or should I fall?

You are faithful through it all

You're too good to let me go

Highs and lows

You surround me either way it goes

Should I rise or should I fall?

Lord, You're with me through it all, oh

Highs and lows

In the rhythms of Your grace I know

Should I rise or should I fall?

You are faithful through it all

And You're too good to let me go

Songwriters: Aodhan King / Ben Tan / Joel Houston

Highs & Lows lyrics © Capitol Christian Music Group

Highs & Lows (feat. Joel Houston) (Live at Hillsong Conference ...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEBOJMXqSdQ

Lyrics

When it feels like the dark

Lingers longer than the night

When the shadows feel like giants

Are You chasing me down?

Tell me where could I run

From Your light, where could I hide

Hemmed within Your precious thoughts

There's no hiding from Your love

Highs and lows

Lord, You're with me either way it goes

Should I rise or should I fall?

Even so

Lord, Your mercy is an even flow

You're too good to let me go

Should I dance on the heights

Or make my bed among the depths

Your mercy waits at every end

Like You planned it from the start

Should the dawn come with wings

Or find me far-side of the sea

There Your hand still fastens me

Ever closer to Your heart, oh

Highs and lows

Lord, You're with me either way it goes

Should I rise or should I fall?

Even so

Lord, Your mercy is an even flow

Should I rise or should I fall?

You are faithful through it all

You're too good to let me go

Highs and lows

You surround me either way it goes

Should I rise or should I fall?

Lord, You're with me through it all, oh

Highs and lows

In the rhythms of Your grace I know

Should I rise or should I fall?

You are faithful through it all

And You're too good to let me go

Songwriters: Aodhan King / Ben Tan / Joel Houston

Highs & Lows lyrics © Capitol Christian Music Group

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Job Intro

Intro
The wisdom of Proverbs describes how godly character generally leads to success. Ecclesiastes tempers this, warning that rewards are not guaranteed, since a kind of “crookedness” has come into our world. The book of Job goes further, exploring how righteous people sometimes suffer. The book of Job uses a common literary device from the wisdom traditions of the ancient world: an extended conversation based on poetic speeches.
Job is introduced as a good man. But “the adversary” (satan in Hebrew) points out an apparent problem in God’s moral oversight of the universe. If goodness is always rewarded, how can we know if it’s born from love of God or desire for gain? So God allows the adversary to bring suffering into Job’s life.
Job doesn’t curse God as the adversary predicted but ends up debating with three friends: Eliphaz, Bildad and Zophar. Their overly rigid view of the moral universe convinces them that Job’s own wrongdoing has caused his suffering. A young man Elihu joins the conversation later, while Job continues to insist that he has done nothing wrong and deserves a hearing before God.
Finally, God reveals the power and wisdom shown in his oversight of creation. Job then humbly admits his own limited understanding. When God rebukes Job’s three friends, we see they are guilty of a far worse assumption than Job. In the end God blesses Job with twice as much as he had before. The book warns us to avoid reducing God’s moral rule to easy formulas.