Keep The Light On by Christy Nockels


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Keep The Light On
by Christy Nockels

Album: Be Held - Lullabies for the Beloved


Verse 1
The moon is sitting in his favourite moment
The stars are by his side
But I can tell it's gonna take you a minute
Before you sleep tonight
And I know that you might feel alone
In the quiet of the night
And how you long to keep the light on

Chorus 1
Remember His word is a lamp
And a light to your path
And Jesus promised to be with you
Where you are, where you are
And you don't have to be afraid of the dark anymore
Because His truth will keep the light on in your heart
Yes, His truth will keep the light on

Verse 2
This old world is gonna keep on spinning
But you're gonna be alright
'Cause there's not a minute that He's not here in it
Standing by your side
And I know that you might feel alone
In the mystery tonight
But you can always keep the light on

Chorus 2
Because His word is a lamp
And a light to your path
And Jesus promised to be with you
Where you are, where you are
And you don't have to be afraid of the dark anymore
Because His truth will keep the light on in your heart
Yes, His truth will keep the light on

Bridge
He'll keep your burning, pure and clean
If you'll let His light shine on everything
And bring all that's broken
Into the brightness of Jesus
And He will light up your life like the Tennessee sky
You'll glow in the dark like a firefly
And you'll stand like a lighthouse
A beacon of hope in the night

Chorus 3
Because His word is a lamp
And a light to your path
And Jesus promised to be with you
Where you are, where you are
And you don't have to be afraid of the dark anymore
Because His truth will keep the light on in your heart
Yes, His truth will keep the light on
In your heart, in your heart
He's gonna keep the light on
He's gonna keep the light on


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