LYRICS

The Last Jubilee 

There's a trumpet In the distance

There’s a silence In the fields

The labor is done now

The work is over
My love is weeping

Beside the clover

What a wonder
It will be
At the last jubilee

All the world will

Be set free

At the last Jubilee

Hate will be forgotten

Love will be always

And laughter often

There’ll be no rich

There’ll be no poor

All the hunger

Will be no more

What a wonder
It will be
At the last jubilee

All the world will

Be set free

At the last Jubilee

I was driving

Through a rainbow

At four corners
In New Mexico

And for a moment

Every passer
Had found their

Missing answer

What a wonder
It will be
At the last jubilee

All the world will

Be set free

At the last Jubilee

Written by Don Pedigo

The Last Jubilee lyrics © Work With Me Music BMI 

Messenger

I’m a messenger

Yes I’m a messenger

It’s hard to walk the line

But only here on earth my friends

Till the son of God arrives

Again

 

In Matthew 11:11

No greater man than was John

Last will be first in heaven

When all this is gone

I’m just doing my job

I’m a man of conviction

I’m here more about God’s love

Than I am the world’s religion

 

I’m a messenger

Yes I’m a messenger

It’s hard to walk the line

But only here on earth my friends

Till the son of God arrives

Again

 

I’m a messenger

Only a messenger

Preparing the way

Each and every day

Living in earnest

Seeking the purest

He rolled out of the sepulcher

I’m only the messenger

 

Just a messenger

Yes I’m a messenger

It’s hard to walk the line

But only here on earth my friends

Till the son of God arrives

Again

Written by Don Pedigo

Messenger lyrics © Work With Me Music BMI 

Immanuel 

He was to come from the line of King David

The Master’s Son, the Lord of all creation

He chose two humble souls who we’re trying to get by

And sent Gabriel to tell them why

 

Immanuel, Immanuel

Saved us from a life in hell

It’s in Him I’ll put my trust

His name means God with us

 

He walked on the water, turned it into wine

Tore down the walls between earth and sky

He shook the priests and temples with his words

He healed the blind and sick and struck a nerve

 

Immanuel, Immanuel

Saved us from a life in hell

It’s in Him I’ll put my trust

His name means God with us

 

Jesus was the maker of time

On the cross they hung him

But he did not die

He dwells inside me, gave me everlasting life

He walked out of the tomb and ascended into the light

 

Immanuel, Immanuel

Saved us from a life in hell

It’s in Him I’ll put my trust

His name means God with us

Written by Don Pedigo

Immanuel lyrics © Work With Me Music BMI 

It’s Okay (To Need Jesus)

 

It’s okay, it’s okay, it’s okay to need Jesus

Yes it is, yes it is

No matter, what they say in this world of meanness

It’s okay, It’s okay to need Jesus

 

We can’t do it

This life, oh this life on our own

No no no, no no no

He’s already paid the price for you and me at Calvary

Yea, yea yea yea

 

Jesus, it’s okay, it’s okay, it’s okay to need Jesus

Yes it is, yes it is

No matter, what they say in this world of meanness

It’s okay, It’s okay to need Jesus

 

Even the great king Solomon was humbled by the Lord

Yes he was, you know he was

And every man by himself will stumble and lose control

And wonder what am I here for

 

Jesus, it’s okay, it’s okay, it’s okay to need Jesus

Yes it is, yes it is

No matter, what they say in this world of meanness

It’s okay, It’s okay to need Jesus

 

I sing alleluia amen

Alleluia to be born again

 

All the truth that was shown echoes in our souls

Even unto this day

And gives us, hope and grace and love

And baby that’s enough

To keep us rolling down the road

 

With Jesus, it’s okay, it’s okay, it’s okay to need Jesus

Yes it is, yes it is

No matter, what they say in this world of meanness

It’s okay, It’s okay to need Jesus

 

I sing alleluia amen

Alleluia to be born again

Written by Don Pedigo

It's Okay (To Need Jesus) lyrics © Work With Me Music BMI 

Jesus Was A Rebel

Jesus was a rebel

Jesus was a rebel

Jesus was a rebel

He didn’t listen to the man

 

When he was just a boy

He went to a wedding

Turned water into wine

Gave the bride and groom his blessing

 

And he walked on (keep walking now…)

And he walked on, and he walked on

He walked on

 

Battled Satan in the desert

Never gave in

Said you can’t tempt the father

Or lead me into sin

 

Jesus was a rebel

Jesus was a rebel

Jesus was a rebel

He didn’t listen to the man

And he walked on (keep walking now…)

And he walked on, and he walked on

He walked on

 

Walked on the water

And thousands he fed

Cast demons into swine

Raised Laz from the dead

 

All the high priests

Couldn’t stand his power

They sold him up the river

From their shiny gold towers

It’s easier to follow

The world and the crowd

Jesus was a rebel

And so am I now

 

Jesus was a rebel

Jesus was a rebel

Jesus was a rebel

He didn’t listen to the man

And he walked on (keep walking now…)

And he walked on, and he walked on

He walked on

Written by Don Pedigo

Jesus Was A Rebel lyrics © Work With Me Music BMI 

He Brought Me Out

My heart was distressed ’neath Jehovah’s dread frown,
And low in the pit where my sins dragged me down;
I cried to the Lord from the deep miry clay,
Who tenderly brought me out to golden day.

 

Refrain:
He brought me out of the miry clay,
He set my feet on the Rock to stay;
He puts a song in my soul today,
A song of praise, hallelujah!

 

He placed me upon the strong Rock by His side,
My steps were established and here I’ll abide;
No danger of falling while here I remain,
But stand by His grace until the crown I gain.

 

He gave me a song, ’twas a new song of praise;
By day and by night its sweet notes I will raise;
My heart’s overflowing, I’m happy and free;
I’ll praise my Redeemer, Who has rescued me.

 

I’ll sing of His wonderful mercy to me,
I’ll praise Him till all men His goodness shall see;
I’ll sing of salvation at home and abroad,
Till many shall hear the truth and trust in God.

 

Written by Henry J. Zelley, 1898 / Arranged by Don Pedigo 

 

Prayer Is The Key

How sweet to hide ourselves away

Where only God is near

And breathe our inmost secret tho'ts

Where only He can hear

 

Prayer is the key the only key

To Heav'ns unfailing store

Faith is the hand that guides our own

But prayer unlocks the door

 

There's not a wound that sorrow gives

There's not a pain we feel

But if we go to God in prayer

His love will gently heal

 

How oft in prayer a sudden light

Breaks forth thru' clouded skies'

And on its beams to Him we love

Our longing souls arise.

 

In prayer we find a calm relief

From every throb of pain

And they who trust in Christ our Lord

Shall never trust in vain

 

Prayer is the key the only key

To heav'ns unfailing store

Faith is the hand that guides our own

But prayer unlocks the door 

 

Written by Fanny Crosby / Arranged by Don Pedigo 

 

His Hometown

 

Jesus couldn’t heal anybody in his hometown

Nobody believed

People say they knew him when he was a kid

There’s no way he did what we heard he did

Jesus couldn’t heal anybody in his hometown

 

Yea he felt like they should understand

And accept the gifts from the son of man

But Jesus couldn’t heal anybody in his hometown

 

But there were a few who did believe

On the outskirts and bended knee

You can only help somebody

When they wanna be

 

And even though they saw miracles with their own eyes

The son of God they still denied

Jesus couldn’t heal  anybody in his hometown

 

Don’t you know it’s hard to be a star

Where folks think they know you best

Realize the only star

Came from Nazareth

 

Yea and whatever it is you’re looking for

Don’t follow the crowd baby look to the Lord

Jesus couldn’t heal anybody in his hometown

 

Jesus couldn’t heal anybody in his hometown

Nobody believed

People say they knew him when he was a kid

There’s no way he did the things they say he did

Jesus couldn’t heal anybody in his hometown

They just couldn’t see him as the one who wears the crown

Written by Don Pedigo

His Hometown lyrics © Work With Me Music BMI 

Remind Me Dear Lord

 

The things that I love and hold dear to my heart

Are just borrowed they're not mine not mine at all

Jesus only lets me use them to brighten my life
So remind me remind me dear Lord

Roll back the curtain of memory now and then
Show me where you brought me from and where I could have been
Just remember I'm a human, and humans forget
So remind me remind me dear Lord


Nothing good have I done to deserve God's own son
I'm not worthy of the scars in his hands
Yet he chose the road to calvary to die in my stead
Why he loved me I can't understand


Roll back the curtain of memory now and then
Show me where you brought me from and where I could have been
Just remember I'm a human and humans forget
So Remind me remind dear Lord

Written by Dottie Rambo

Remind Me Dead Lord lyrics © Bridge Building Music BMI

Beginning Of Sorrows

And Jesus told us to beware

Of those who will deceive

For many will come in his name

And many will believe

 

And we will hear of wars

And rumors of wars

But ye need not be afraid

For many will come in his name

And many will believe

 

All these are the beginning of sorrows

Those are the words Jesus said

The kingdom of God was, is and will be

Our holy destiny

 

And nation will rise against nation

And kingdom against kingdom

And there will be famine, earthquakes and disease

From here and across the seas

 

Then there will be those who offer you up

To be afflicted and slayed

And you will be hated by all nations

For his namesake

 

All these are the beginning of sorrows

Those are the words Jesus said

The kingdom of God was, is and will be

Our holy destiny

 

And then many will be offended

They will backstab and betray

And many false prophets shall rise

And many will go their way

 

And because anything goes

The love of many will wax cold

But those that endure until the end

The same shall be saved

 

And this is the gospel of the kingdom

And shall be preached to all the world

There will be a witness to every nation

And then the end will come

Written by Don Pedigo

Beginning Of Sorrows lyrics © Work With Me Music BMI 

Leaning On My Lord

Leaning on my Lord

Leaning on my Lord

I’m leaning on my Lord today

Leaning on my Lord

Leaning on my Lord

I’m leaning on my Lord today

 

As I travel the path

He’s leading the way

I’m leaning on my Lord today

When he died for me

He washed my sins away

I’m leaning on my Lord today

 

Leaning on my Lord

Leaning on my Lord

I’m leaning on my Lord today

Leaning on my Lord

Leaning on my Lord

I’m leaning on my Lord today

 

He’s my savior and my sight

A beacon in the night

I’m leaning on my lord today

He is here to stay

And I thank him when I pray

I’m leaning on my Lord today

 

Leaning on my Lord

Leaning on my Lord

I’m leaning on my Lord today

Leaning on my Lord

Leaning on my Lord

I’m leaning on my Lord today

 

Written by Kimberly Pedigo and Don Pedigo 

Leaning On My Lord lyrics © Work With Me Music BMI 

Come And Welcome

 

From the cross uplifted high

Where the Saviour deigns to die,

What melodious sounds I hear,

Bursting on my ravished ear:

"Love's redeeming work is done,

Come and welcome, sinner, come

 

"Sprinkled now with blood the throne;

Why beneath thy burdens groan?

On My piercèd body laid,

Justice owns the ransom paid:

Bow the knee, and kiss the Son,

Come and welcome, sinner, come

 

"Spread for thee, the festal board

See with richest dainties stored;

To thy Father's bosom pressed,

Yet again a child confessed,

Never from His house to roam,

Come and welcome, sinner, come

 

"Soon the days of life shall end;

Lo, I come, your Saviour, Friend,

Safe your spirits to convey

To the realms of endless day:

Up to My eternal home,

Come and welcome, sinner, come

 

Written by Thomas Haweis / Arranged by Don Pedigo