Come what may

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Let whatever comes happen to me
(Job 13:13; CSB).

1. Lord,
I love you, and your Way,
So I will thank you –
Come what may.

2. Lord,
I love you more each day,
So I’ll be joyful –
Come what may.

3. Lord,
I love you, so I’ll pray
And praise you, always –
Come what may.

The Lord gave me what I had, and the Lord has taken it away.
Praise the name of the Lord!
(Job 1:21; NLT).



1. I love you, Lord (Psalm 18:1; NLT).

God’s way is perfect (2 Samuel 22:31; NLT).

Give thanks in all circumstances (1 Thessalonians 5:18; NIV).

2. I pray that your love will overflow more and more (Philippians 1:9; NLT).

Let them rejoice with gladness (Psalm 68:3; HNV).

Rejoice always (1 Thessalonians 5:16; NIV).

3. Pray continually (1 Thessalonians 5:17; NIV).

With every bone in my body I will praise him (Psalm 35:10; NLT).

Praise him forever! Psalm 111:10; NLT).

4 thoughts on “Come what may

  • A beautiful devotional prayer of Thanksgiving to our Lord and God. Thanksgiving has a cost, the sacrifice of our time and heartbeat. The measure of our sacrifice depends on our pain and discomfort, I give to Him with a joyful heart regardless of my suffering, praise His name!

    • I’ve been thinking of you quite often over these last few days, David, because of the change of government. You must be so relieved that it passed without further horrendous incident. I thought the new president and vice-presidents’ speeches were excellent. This morning when I was praying for America, I felt really tearful and moved. I do hope things can now start to move in a much better direction at last, for you all XXXX

      • Thank you for thinking of me, Ruth, and for praying for America. Yes, I hope our democracy will endure. Things are indeed looking better. Blessings.

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