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Don't Let the Fire Die

This song is by Steven Curtis Chapman and appears on the album The Great Adventure (1992).

I can still hear the prayers you prayed for me all those years
And I see now more than ever what a difference they have made

And I can still hear your words
Spoken from a heart of great concern
Saying keep your eyes on Jesus and love him more than anything

I've watched the wind blow hard against you
And I have seen your faith get weakened by the pain
And I want you to know that I will be prayin' for you
To hold on

Don't let the fire die
The flame has been dimmed by the tears that you cry
But I can still see the spark of His love in your eye
So don't let the fire, please don't let the fire die

This heavy weight you carry around
Of letting yourself and everybody down
Is pouring water on the passion that use to burn so bright

Well I know you've got your reasons for resentment
And I know it's more than I can understand
So just let me say that I am going to be praying for you
To let it all go

Don't let the fire die
The flame has been dimmed by the tears that you cry
But I can still see the spark of His love in your eye

And I'm not praying for the fire to burn the way it did before
Because I believe the one that started this flame in your heart
He wants to give you more

So Don't let the fire die
Don't let the fire die
Don't let the fire die
The flame has been dimmed by the tears that you cry
But I can still see the spark of His love in your eye

So don't let the fire, please don't let the fire die
Because I can still see the spark of His love in your eye