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Posted:  03 Aug 2007 20:58
Looking for a song with the cho having these words:
So, why should I worry, why should I fear, that very same Jesus stays always near.......               ....till the storm passes by.

thanks for the help.
Posted:  21 Aug 2009 22:32
(vs 1)
Out on the water, the storm raging high, the waters around them,  troubled their mind,
With fear in their heart,  they thought they might die,  they failed to remember, the master was ni-gh.

He spoke the word;  the winds all stood still, even the waters, obeyed his will.
He'll calmed their storms, just like he will mine, If i'll just remember, he lives deep insi-ide.

(chorus)
Why should i worry, why should i fear, that very same Jesus, he stays always near.
He lives in my heart, he hears when i cry; I'll call on the master till the storm passes by.

(vs 2)
I read in the bible, how he walked with them, brought light to the darkness, when the way grew dim,
How Great it would be, to have his step leading mine, to walk with the master, all of the ti-ime.

But then trouble came, death was so nigh, they searched for the master, hoping he'd get there on time.
So when im in trouble, my bodies in pain, All i have to do, is call on his na-me.

(repeat chorus)



--- hope this helps, it may not be exact tho, just my understanding of the words, if you know it different post back and let me know!!! ive been looking for the lyrics myself all day!
Posted:  03 Jul 2010 17:20
Till The Storm Passes By

Verse:1

Out on the waters storms raging high,

the waters around them were trouble that night,

fear filled their hearts they felt they would die,

they failed to remember that the Master was nigh,

He spoke the words and winds all stood still

even the waters obey His will,

He calmed their storms like He will mine,

if I just remember He lives deep inside.

Course:

Why should I worry why should I fear,

when the very same Jesus He stays always near,

He lives in my heart and He hears when I cry,

I’ll call on His name till the storm passes by.

Verse: 2

We read in the Bible when He walked with them,

brought light to the darkness when the way grew dim,

how great it would be to have His footsteps in mine,

and walk with the Master all of the time,

and when trials come and death seems so nigh,

I’ll call on the Master I know He’ll get there on time,

and when sickness comes and my body’s in pain

all I have to do is call on His name.
Posted:  30 Aug 2010 18:09
Does anyone know who originaly sang this song?
Posted:  30 Aug 2010 22:35
Here's the link for Thomas Mosie Lister who wrote this song in 1958.
I hope this helps someone, God Bless!
http://absolutelygospel.com/index/content/art ...
Posted:  26 Mar 2012 23:41
does any one have the coards to this song
Posted:  20 Oct 2012 08:45
is there a sound track to this song.
Posted:  22 Oct 2012 14:32
I like to listen to the Dixon family sing this on youtube.
Posted:  02 Aug 2013 22:34
The song/lyrics they are referring to at the top is actually called, "why should I worry". My wife, Charlotte Sons Baker, wrote it. We never recorded it as The Sons Family, but had several other groups to record it. We then recorded it as Isaiah's Cry in 2010, I think. Search us (Isaiah's Cry) on Facebook to hear it. The other song/hymn mentioned, Till the Storm Passes By, was written by Mosie Lister.
Posted:  06 Sep 2013 18:43
Is the sheet music available for this? I wpould love for our choir to do this song...
Posted:  19 Sep 2014 01:59
God Bless ,can anybody help me with the chords to this song i'm fairly new to playing keyboard and i just heard this song i love it, its blessed me and would love to sing it in my church if anybody could help me that would be appreciated . my email is donnycmd@aol .com  or  a2thecross@yahoo.com  .thanks
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