I Will Wait


I Will Wait

“'Waiting does not diminish us. For we are enlarged in the waiting.' Waiting is not a popular activity in today's society. I have been forced to wait for things in my own life far more than I would have liked or chosen and yet I believe there's something beautifully mystical and profound that happens in us as we wait. Waiting and expecting God is certainly not a futile past time or activity, it is an essential part of a Christians life. The places of waiting and loneliness was where this song was birthed." (Matthew Macaulay)

Written by Matthew Macaulay (PRS)
© 2014 Common Hymnal Publishing (ASCAP), Purple Mustard (ASCAP) (admin by CapitolCMGPublishing.com). CCLI 7082375.

I'm seeking after you
While you may be found
You promised to be found
Now I am calling out
I'm seeking after you
I've worked the land and waited
For spring rains I have waited
My heart is calling out

Holy one, meet with me
Here I am, speak to me
Fire of God, fall on me
Breath of life, breathe on me

I will seek your face
For this, my heart, has spoken
For days and nights it's spoken
I'm echoing its cry
I will seek your face
Until I see your beauty
I've longed to see your beauty
This one thing I will ask

I will wait for you to come
Oh I will wait for you



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