Out of my Hands
Written by Rachael on 7th November 2020
Jeremy Camp is an American contemporary Christian music singer and songwriter from Lafayette, Indiana, and he is one of our key artists here at The Power Station. Since launching his musical career in 2000 Jeremy has released 11 studio albums. His original music is a mixture of ballads and up-tempo songs with rock influence.
“Out Of My Hands” was originally featured on Camp’s 2019 album titled The Story’s Not Over.
This song “Out Of My Hands” came from a time where I really battled with trust and I was holding onto things too much. This song came out saying “God, I’m sorry for trying to hold things in my own hands because I’m not in control, you’re in control.” And when I finally let that go, the peace came.
Letting go of worries I can’t measure (Measure, measure)
Holding onto truth that’s healing me (That’s healing me)
Knowing I can trust You is a treasure
With eyes wide open now I finally see