Take Me To The Water Lyrics

Deborah Joy Winans worship

Chorus:
Where do you go, when you're out of choices
To cleanse your soul, of the wrong you've done?
There's a river that flows to the lowest valley
When you hear love calling, beckon you to come

Take Me To The Water Video

Take Me To The Water Lyrics

Where do you go, when you're out of choices
To cleanse your soul, of the wrong you've done?
There's a river that flows to the lowest valley
When you hear love calling, beckon you to come

(Take you to the water)
(Take you to the water)
(Take you to the water)
To be baptized
(I know you feel forsaken)
I know you feel
(I know you feel forsaken)
(If you feel forsaken)
Come, love, be baptized
Yes, (in the water)

Under the water, there's a new life awaiting
Filled with hope and laughter, that will make you whole
So, give Him a try, His love is everlasting
Make a brand new start, tell the past goodbye

Come
(He know's your heart's been broken)
(Know's your heart's been broken)
Yes, he does
(Know's your heart's been broken)
Come, love, be baptized
(Take me to the water)
(Take me to the water)
(Take me to the water)
To be baptized

Today it can rain without warning
Tomorrow, possessions can be gone
And although the wind keeps on blowing
He'll be right there in the midst of the storm

(His arms are wide open)
(His arms are wide open)
(His arms are wide open)
Come, be baptized
(Take me to the water)
(Take me to the water)
(Take me to the water)
To be baptized

Here, (in the water)
There's so much love, (in the water)
There's healing, (in the water)
Yes, right here, (in the water)
Jesus is waiting, (in the water)


Acts 2 : 38 And Peter `said' unto them, Repent ye, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ unto the remission of your sins; and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit. Luke 3 : 16 John answered, saying unto them all, I indeed baptize you with water; but there cometh he that is mightier than I, the latchet of whose shoes I am not worthy to unloose: he shall baptize you in the Holy Spirit and `in' fire: