Lead Me, Lord

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Full details

When it was still in the theaters, I went to see the Blair Witch Project. I often tell people that it was among the best ways to waste $6.75 and an hour and a half of your time. However, at least one good thing came of my expenditures: this song. After watching three idiots get lost in the woods when they could have made the simple decision to follow the stream away from their hopeless camp, I drew a spiritual parallel. How often do we sit in our own little camps, lost in our own little forests, screaming for help, all the while ignoring the stream of truth flowing from God's Holy Word?

Score ID
Year of composition
Julian David Bryson
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
3 minutes
Voice + keyboard
Rock and Pop Music

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