I Will Praise You - Rebecca St. James

She's a rare breed, a female Christian artist who rocks the house! Get your praise voice on with Rebecca St. James in "I Will Praise You."


I Will Praise You Lyrics - Rebecca St. James


Joy comes in the morning

The sun rises

And I wait for You


Streams flow in the desert

There's an oasis

And I wait for You


Whatever the storm

Whatever is lost

Whatever it takes

Whatever the cost

I will praise You (2X)


Faith, faith is the substance

Of things we hope for

So I wait for You


Hope, hope and the future

Are Your plans for me

So I wait for You


Whatever the storm

Whatever is lost

Whatever it takes

Whatever the cost

I will praise You (2X)


I see the waters rising

I feel the coming storm

When fear is overwhelming

I Hear "Peace, be still" (2X)


Whatever the storm

Whatever is lost

Whatever it takes

Whatever the cost

I will praise You (3X)


Songwriters: Jonathan Lee, Rebecca St. James, Fred Williams


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