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Sometimes sorrow is the door to peace
Sometimes heartache is the gift I need
You’re faithful, faithful in all things

In every high, in every low
On mountain tops, down broken roads
You’re still my rock, my hope remains
I’ll rest in the arms of Jesus
Come what may (hoo-hoo, hoo-hoo)
Come what may (hoo-hoo, hoo-hoo)

There is deep joy that You give to me
Where hurt meets the healing is a holy thing
I see goodness, Your goodness
In all things, yeah

In every high, in every low
On mountain tops, down broken roads
You’re still my rock, my hope remains
I’ll rest in the arms of Jesus
Come what may (hoo-hoo)
Come what may (hoo-hoo)
Come what may (hoo-hoo, hoo-hoo)

The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want
He makes me lie down in green pastures
The Lord is my shepherd, leads me to still waters
And He restores my soul

The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want
He makes me lie down in green pastures
Oh, the Lord is my shepherd, leads me to still waters
And He restores my soul

In every high, in every low
On mountain tops, down broken roads
You’re still my rock, my hope remains
I’ll rest in the arms of Jesus

In every high, in every low
On mountain tops, down broken roads
You’re still my rock, my hope remains
I’ll rest in the arms of Jesus
Come what may (hoo-hoo)
Come what may (hoo-hoo)
Come what may (hoo-hoo)
Come what may (hoo-hoo)

Song: Come What May
Artist: We Are Messengers, Cory Asbury
Album: Wholehearted
Licensed to YouTube by: Curb Records (on behalf of Curb | Word); Capitol CMG Publishing, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., and 2 Music Rights Societies

About This Song

"This song comes from the idea that Jesus, the author and finisher of my faith, is steadfast, consistent, and unchanging. Because of that, no matter what happens in my life, I have nothing to fear or run from. It doesn’t matter if I’m rich, poor, sick, or healthy. Psalm 23 ties in perfectly with this idea. When everything seems to be unraveling, Jesus’s message is simple: he’s our rest, shelter, and great shepherd for people like me who continuously go astray. When we enter a personal relationship with Him, His wandering sheep come into His sheepfold. And, He provides what we can’t find from the world. Good words and achievement don’t matter. Come what may, Jesus is still the same. And, because of that, we can have enjoyment in being God’s children." -Darren Mulligan of We Are Messengers

Read Darren's entire interview with New Release Today, here.