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Trust in the Lord

by Carrie Maxwell Wrigley

A collection of inspirational songs to strengthen faith, promote emotional and spiritual healing, and increase spiritual confidence. Based on Proverbs 3:5-6.
Genre: Spiritual: Contemporary Christian
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1. Under Construction
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2. Trust in the Lord
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3. And I Feel Peace
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4. His Love Lights the Way
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5. Let It Rather Be Healed
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6. Bring It Unto Him
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7. For Thy Good
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8. Armed with Strength
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9. He Is My Refuge
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10. I Will Praise Thee
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11. Acqainted
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12. My Own Sacred Grove
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13. Held in Reserve
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14. Make a Difference
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15. Doin' a Lotta Good
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16. The Interview
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Album Notes
TRUST IN THE LORD (Carrie’s Notes on the Songs – August 2, 2017)

What a great joy it has been, to gather and review these songs, given to me originally by a kind and loving
Heavenly Father, to provide guidance and comfort in my own times of need – and then extended outward, to help
others in theirs. These are songs I’ve sung for nearly two decades now, in teaching others to overcome emotional
difficulties, strengthen relationships and build positive endurance and growth through life’s various challenges.
Re-recorded, re-mixed, and re-mastered by Masa Fukuda, it is hoped that this new recording will breathe
fresh new life and power into these songs – to do good, extend comfort, build faith, and expand “trust in the
Lord,” in these tumultuous but exciting times. May these songs serve as a light of hope for you, as they have
been for me. —Carrie Maxwell Wrigley

1. Under Construction – Based on a true story, this song is a reminder that none of us are expected or
required to be perfect today. We are, every one of us, “under construction,” in the hands of a perfect Carpenter.

2. Trust in the Lord – Based on Proverbs 3:5-6, this song describes the impact this scripture had on me
from my earliest youth to my adult years. In every season of life, if we trust and follow the Lord, he will
direct our paths.

3. And I Feel Peace – Written for and with a group of young children, this song brings to life the idea
that “All thy children shall be taught of the Lord, and great shall be the peace of thy children.” (Isaiah 54:13)

4. His Love Lights the Way – Written for a group of young women with emotional challenges,
this song reassures old and young that even in dark and uncertain times, His guiding light shines
in darkness. ( John 1:5)

5. Let It Rather Be Healed – Based on Hebrews 12:13, this song invites us to not just live with our
ailments and limitations, but to bring them to the perfect Healer, for relief and recovery.

6. Bring It Unto Him – In an age of so many experts and healing paths, sometimes the last place we think
to turn for help with our sorrows and challenges is the most powerful. “Whatever it is, bring it unto Him.”

7. For Thy Good – In the midst of our trials and sorrows, one of the most comforting and powerful
of ideas is that there is a reason for our suffering, that all things will be turned for our good. (Romans 8:28,
D&C 122:5-9)

8. Armed With Strength – Based on Ephesians 6:10-18 and 1 Nephi 14:14, this song offers bold
assurance that despite oppositions against us, we can be “armed with strength” to face and overcome our
various challenges.

9. He Is My Refuge – “God is our refuge, a very present help in trouble; therefore will we not fear.” (Psalms
46:1-11). Like the faithful of old, we can learn to draw on the abundant strength and comfort of the Almighty.

10. I Will Praise Thee (Song of the Redeemed) – This song was inspired by the vision of John,
(Revelations 7:9-17) seeing a great multitude of people in heaven, clothed in white, singing joyful praises.
Redemption is exquisitely personal, for each of us, drawing on the bounteous mercies of the Lord.

11. Acquainted– Based on Isaiah 53:3 and Alma 7:11-12, this song, written in the midst of deep personal
grief, provides reassurance that we are never alone in our pain – that our Savior is deeply and intimately
acquainted with even our most personal sorrows, and can lead us safely through each one.

12. My Own Sacred Grove – In 1820, a young boy had an experience that left him with an unshakeable
conviction that God is as real, personal, and present in modern times as He ever was in history. As we go
to our knees, we can find similar assurance of His ongoing direction and care.

13. Held in Reserve – Based on a talk by Ezra Taft Benson, this song is a joyous affirmation that we are
living on earth now for a reason; that this season of the world’s history into which we are sent is a
particularly challenging and important one – but that we are up to the challenge.

14. Make a Difference – Every day is filled with opportunities to serve and lift others. We can train our eyes
and hearts to recognize and carry out opportunities for service and kindness. “Every day, make a difference.”

15. Doin’ a Lotta Good – Life seems to get busier and faster all the time, for all of us. We race through
our lives, sometimes so fast that we forget some of the things that are the most essential. We can tune
in quietly, and find personal guidance on where best to extend our strength, time, and focus.

16. The Interview – Based on a talk by David O. McKay, this song reminds us that when we are
reunited at last with our beloved Father above, he will judge the quality of our mortal lives not so
much by our accomplishments, but by our relationships with others. Each day is a precious



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