In His time, in His time,
He makes all things beautful in His time.
Lord, please show me every day,
As You're teaching me Your way,
That You do just what You say, in Your time.

In Your time, in Your time,
You make all things beautiful in Your time.
Lord, my life to You I bring.
May each song I have to sing
Be to You a lovely thing, in Your time.

Posted by Jon Daley on November 23, 2002, 10:00 pm | Read 121762 times
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God bring this song to me anytime I wonder about some things I don't have answers to in my life. He didn't forget His promises that He made many years ago. He make all things beautiful in His time!

Posted by Nike on February 11, 2014, 8:46 am

This hymn came to my heart during my devotion and have meditated on it through out the day. This evening I decide to add this stanza. I will be posting it on my facebook page. Thanks for the hymn. It has encouraged my heart to hold on to God's promises no matter what may be happening physically around me.

In God's time, in God's time,
God created all things in His time.
Lord, make me what You want me to be.
May each request I have to ask
Be answered according to Your will, in Your time.

Posted by Temmy on October 31, 2014, 2:11 pm

Iam going through a very tough time. it has been hard for me to wait upon the LORD.so many mixed emotions bordering to confusion. This week i was looking for another song to minister to my broken spirit, and this one played after. It has been a blessing during this time of waiting upon GOD. some how waiting is easier and I believe as the song goes in HIS time GOD will make all things beautiful and it will be worth all the waiting. I encourage those who are waiting to play this song prayerfully.

Leah

Posted by Leah on December 31, 2014, 10:12 am

I woke up one morning to this hymn playing in my head. I have been struggling waiting for God to reveal truths to my daughter about a relationship she is in. I know God has perfect timing for how He will do this. But I get scared. I know I need to trust. Trust and wait on HIS timing, not my timing. I am praying that He please reveal His truths before the relationship progresses further. I am heartbroken right now. It's in His hands and in His timing.

Posted by Theresa on March 30, 2015, 12:44 am

I did not have an opportunity of going to school in my childhood even when I loved it so much as grow old and got married. I joined high school when i was 32 years and at 37 i finished high school and at 42 years am graduating BBA/Accounting this year in October and as I was thinking of what to say in my speech, this song came into my mind. He makes all things beautiful in his time. Let us wait unto the Lord. It is a beautiful song.

Posted by anne bishemeire on July 19, 2016, 12:43 pm

I have known this song for years, but just attended an Emmaus Walk and we sung this song before every speaker. as they told of the tragic times they went through. and I cry every time I hear it.

Posted by Barbara Murray on September 12, 2016, 8:16 am

This song really meant a lot to me..in ever heard this song for a long time until Nov 6,2016 at my church a day before we drop off my son at the recruiting place for Basic training in Air Force.. I use to sing this song to my son 18 years ago while breastfeeding him during my lowest time of my life... I sing and pray to God and sure enough God really makes all things beautiful in his time..

Posted by Jonalyn on January 9, 2017, 6:02 pm

I love this song, the words are perfect for what I'm going through. I love God so much, , but sometimes I don't understand Him

Posted by June on July 28, 2017, 9:14 am

I was questioning God "Why?" the whole time for the things that had happened in my life. During i was in Chapel service, the preacher asked ud to stand and to sing along with him "In His time". I was so happy because of this song. This song encouraged me. This song lets me to be humble. Thank you God and to the song writer and the singers.

Posted by Bawilen on November 20, 2017, 2:18 am
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