Let Me Find My Rest in You

from by Camp Christopher

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Let me find my rest in you
and lead me out of death
take away my heart of fear
and save me from myself

you have taken me from that desperate comfort
and called me from my home
you’ve led me to this wilderness
leave me not alone

You remove the blessings of this world
and replace them with yourself
but with you is truth and love and joy
I can turn nowhere else

Though the years may fill with pain and tears
and my sight of you go black
though I sin and stray and fail to love
somehow I can’t turn back

And though my strength and health may fail
and I can no longer speak
Still I sing because you show that you
are strong where I am weak

So come o lord and fill me
til I finally rest in you
You’ve established me here in your love o lord
What else can I do?


from Beyond the Word, released June 15, 2012
Chris Campanelli - Vocals and Guitar
Jeff Romano - Organ
Juliana Daugherty - Vocals



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Camp Christopher Charlottesville, Virginia

Over a year after recording the first note, Camp Christopher is proud to formally announce the completion of it's first album, Beyond the Word. The recordings began with Paul Curreri's veteran hand at the helm, and were later completed at Jeff Romano's Jimmydog Studios. The result is a well honed set of songs that are deeply personal, restless, and permeated with a sense of resolute joy. ... more

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