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It's ok with me!

To the broken (What is he to you?)

Added 29th November 2013


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To the broken he is healing,
to the worried he is peace,
to the fallen he is grace though undeserved.

To the mourning he is comfort,
to the lonely he is love,
to the weary he is strength when no strength comes.

To me, he is everything,
to me, he is my all;
to me, he is my life.
What is he to you?
What is he to you?

To the captive he is freedom,
to the lost he is the way,
to the downcast he is joy that fills the heart.

To the waiting he is patience,
to the weak he is such power,
to the hopeless he is hope that never fades.

Themes: Jesus, Faith

In 2013, we partnered with several other organisations in the 'Crossing Songs' songwriting competition. Rebekah's song, with its thoughtul words and challenge to the undecided, was the winning entry in the 'Best New Song for a Missional Context' category. We're delighted to share it with you! Find out more about Rebekah's songs at Voice Music, and if you want your own copy of the track, it's available on iTunes.

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Beautiful piece... I downloaded some time ago and am playing it regularly for congregations during communion.
Paul Thacker at 00:33 on 10th October 2014
This is the second song i have listened to in 10 minutes, and as i said before i have been hanging on the edge by my fingers, and again I found yet another song to give me the strength to pull off the edge and have one foot on solid ground. Thank you so so much. God bless
stephen steele at 02:25 on 8th October 2014
Hi Dean, afraid that as this isn't written by a regular RESOUND writer, we don't have the usual raft of resources available. If you download the piano score though you may find your trumpet player is able to pick out of one of the lines to either follow the melody or harmonise it.
at 13:55 on 7th September 2014
Love this song! Any way of getting sheet music for it including trumpet?
Dean Long at 07:25 on 7th September 2014
Beautiful song. Very usable in my faith community. Thank you.
Pamela Kurtz at 12:08 on 13th August 2014
i really like this song...
truly HE is our everything....
hazel mellomida at 00:25 on 21st June 2014
Hi Helen. Please email me and we'll be able to sort out the music for you. Simon
Simon Smith at 10:19 on 7th May 2014
I've tried itunes and it just comes up a blank. i live in NZ. is it because i can't access i tunes UK? how can i get a copy of this song to play and learn to sing at a church with no musician?
Helen Elley at 12:24 on 5th April 2014
Hi Terry. Please contact us through our website and we can provide resources for you.
Simon Smith at 06:38 on 28th January 2014
Beautiful! Do you have the sheet music available with the separate choir parts? & just the music trax?
Terri Emery at 15:27 on 25th January 2014
Love the simplicity and depth at the same time
Angela Ashworth at 13:24 on 23rd January 2014
Great song: meaningful words, thoughtful melody.
Brilliant line "To the waiting he is patience"
Blessings, G
George Carratt at 06:45 on 19th January 2014
Simon Smith at 05:58 on 14th January 2014
This is really good, will it be available to buy?
Andy Laird at 01:17 on 14th January 2014
Love this song
Martinette Barnard at 21:54 on 13th January 2014