RUN INTO THE ARMS OF THE FATHER (A Song of Hope in Times of Distress)

footprints in the sand

Chorus
Oh! Run into the arms of the Father
There’s nothing more you can do
Run into the arms of the Father
He’ll banish your fears so blue

When all around, it falls apart
When loved ones, friends misunderstand
When faith, it feels so far away
Push through, push through and take His hand

Chorus
Oh! Run into the arms of the Father
There’s nothing more you can do
Run into the arms of the Father
He’ll banish your fears so blue

The mountains and earth may crumble
The seas rear tempestuous head
The skies may darken so quickly
Filling you with oh! so much dread

Chorus
Oh! Run into the arms of the Father
There’s nothing more you can do
Run into the arms of the Father
He’ll banish your fears so blue

Some find comfort in worldly things
And for awhile all may seem well
Ask for clarity, truth revealed
Then you’ll be saved where others fell

Bridge
When everywhere you turn and see
Calamities and woe times three
Just look up, just look up and be
Wrapped in His sweet love and peace times three

Chorus
Oh! Run into the arms of the Father
There’s nothing more you can do
Run into the arms of the Father
He’ll banish your fears so blue

© 2014 Liana Wendy Howarth

6 thoughts on “RUN INTO THE ARMS OF THE FATHER (A Song of Hope in Times of Distress)”

    1. We are so blessed aren’t we! To have the protection and love of our Heavenly Father. He is our refuge and strength. A very present help in time of need. God bless you dear Heidi. I pray all is going well with your ‘new’ family xxx

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