Teaching Songs – March 4, 2020

The silhouette of a young Christian father is guiding his young child by the hand as they walk outside at sunset.

I never met Don Francisco  – but his music was very formative to the thinking of a much younger Scott.   Take a read:

I’ll Never Let Go of Your Hand 

by Don Francisco 

I know what you’ve been hearing 

I’ve seen you hide your fear 

Embarrassed by your weaknesses 

Afraid to let Me near 

I wish you knew how much I long 

For you to understand 

No matter what may happen, child 

I’ll never let go of your hand 

I know you’ve been forsaken 

By all you’ve known before 

When you’ve failed their expectations 

They frown and close the door 

But even though your heart itself 

Should lose the will to stand 

No matter what may happen, child 

I’ll never let go of your hand 

The life that I have given you 

No one can take away 

I’ve sealed it with My Spirit, blood and word 

The everlasting Father has made His covenant with you 

And He’s stronger than the world you’ve seen and heard 

So don’t you fear to show them 

All the love I have for you 

I’ll be with you everywhere 

In everything you do 

And even if you do it wrong 

And miss the joy I planned 

I’ll never, never let go of your hand 

The life that I have given you 

No one can take away 

I’ve sealed it with My Spirit, blood and word 

The everlasting Father has made His covenant with you 

And He’s stronger than the world you’ve seen and heard 

So don’t you fear to show them 

All the love I have for you 

I’ll be with you everywhere 

In everything you do 

And even if you do it wrong 

And miss the joy I planned 

I’ll never, never let go of your hand 

I’ll never let go of your hand 

Source: Musixmatch 

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