Tonight as I washed the dishes piled high from the week, I began singing a song that flowed from my heart and into the ears of my Savior. By the way, if you don’t sing to Jesus while doing dishes at your kitchen sink, I highly recommend it. A mundane task can become quite the sacred moment. So I wrote down the words to my song and thought I’d share it with you. Feel free to sing it to your own tune, or just read it as a poem. Either way, I hope these words flow from your heart and into the ears of your Savior as you trust Him with your life.
TomorrowI don’t know what tomorrow holds, But I know it holds You. And Jesus, You give us hope for life, We have nothing without You. .
So teach us here, teach us now. Give us hope, oh, give us life. We can’t live without You, Christ, So in Your Truth, God, we abide. . Jesus, oh, Jesus. We call out, for we know You hear us. And we know Your plans are good for us.
So we’re stepping forward, eyes gazed on You, Trusting. Waiting. Hoping. .
Cuz we don’t know what tomorrow holds, But we know it holds You. And Jesus, You are the light of life, It’d be dark here without You. . Cuz we don’t know what tomorrow holds, But we know it holds You. And we don’t know tomorrow’s plans, But we know You hold it in Your hands.