I Do Know 

Yesterday I was listening to this song off of Greater Vision’s new cd called, As We Speak. The song was called, “I Do Know.” This song is very encouraging. It talks about not knowing what the future holds or even what tomorrow holds. But yet knowing that after tomorrow or the near future we will go to Heaven. When I look at life that way it can get very exciting. There’s a peace that passes all understanding when you let God take control of your life. 
The chorus is awesome it says, “But I do know after this life there’s a holy promise that I claim as mine. Hallelujahs in a land He has made. Where the light of His glory reflects on each face. I don’t know what tomorrow may hold,but after tomorrow, I do know!”
Aren’t those words encouraging?
Do you know that Heaven will be your home when you die? 
I Do Know 

Verse 1

I don’t know the future, I can’t look ahead, can’t even see the reminder of today, my plans for tomorrow are limited at best, uncertain are the things that I must face. 

Chorus 

But I do know after this life there’s a holy promise that I claim as mine. Hallelujahs in a land He has made. Where the light of His glory reflects on each face. I don’t know what tomorrow may hold,but after tomorrow, I do know!

Verse 2

Reunion with my loved ones, where sickness is not feared, and death is left somewhere outside the gate. This I know for certain as I face uncertain years, everlasting happiness awaits! 

Cause,I do know after this life there’s a holy promise that I claim as mine. Hallelujahs in a land He has made. Where the light of His glory reflects on each face. I don’t know what tomorrow may hold but after tomorrow, I do know! 

(But until then I must keep trusting on, I don’t have to understand the path when I know it leads me home. Cause I do know after this life there’s a holy promise that I claim as mine. Hallelujahs in a land He has made. Where the light of His glory reflects on each face. I don’t know what tomorrow may hold but after tomorrow, I do know,

I do know!)

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