“Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)” Lyrics sung by Taya Smith & Matt Crocker, Hillsong UNITED

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VERSE

You call me out upon the waters

The great unknown where feet may fail

And there I find You in the mystery

In oceans deep my faith will stand

 

CHORUS

I will call upon Your Name

And keep my eyes above the waves

When oceans rise

My soul will rest in Your embrace

For I am Yours and You are mine

 

VERSE

Your grace abounds in deepest waters

Your sovereign hand will be my guide

Where feet may fail and fear surrounds me

You’ve never failed and You won’t start now

 

BRIDGE

Spirit lead me where my trust is without borders

Let me walk upon the waters

Wherever You would call me

 

Take me deeper than my feet could ever wander

And my faith will be made stronger

In the presence of my Saviour

 

FINAL CHORUS

I will call upon Your Name

Keep my eyes above the waves

My soul will rest in Your embrace

I am Yours and You are mine

 

Lyrics written by Joel Houston, Matt Crocker, Salomon Lighthelm.

Read more: Hillsong United – Oceans (Where Feet May Fail) Lyrics | MetroLyrics

http://www.godtube.com/watch/?v=WK67KWNX

 

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A Beloved Boardwalk – Long Beach, NY

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Since 1914, the Long Beach Boardwalk has been the centerpiece of its community.  Known for accessibility and camaraderie, the 2.2 miles of weathered wood planks was a favorite place to walk, run or gather. It was ‘Main Street’ in that quintessential American way.

The original height of eight feet should have protected the boardwalk from the tides during storms. Indeed, it endured many.  But on October 12, 2012, Super Storm Sandy pummeled the boardwalk beyond repair.  It had to be totally rebuilt.

A year later, New York State Governor Cuomo said: “Today the boardwalk is fully reopened, bringing back to the Long Beach community not only an iconic local treasure, but a major tourist attraction that helps supports local businesses and jobs…  One year after the floodwaters caused so much damage and destruction here on Long Island, the newly restored boardwalk is a both a symbol of the resilience and strength of Long Beach as well as the unwavering spirit of the many hard-hit communities across our state that are building back better and stronger than before.”

 

http://www.nytimes.com/1998/11/15/nyregion/different-boardwalks-different-beaches.html

http://www.governor.ny.gov/press/10252013-reopening-long-beach-boardwalk

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