You Restore My Soul acoustic version and song story

Posted by Duncan Reid on 18 July 2018

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You Restore My Soul is the title track from New Wine's latest live album. Inspired by the words fo Psalm 23 this song helps us remember to fix our eyes on Jesus, the only one who satisfies.  Click through on the link below to go to the song page on site to get chord sheets, sheet music and more.

The Lord is my shepherd, I lack nothing. He makes me lie down in green pastures, he leads me beside quiet waters, he refreshes my soul.

Psalm 23:1-3

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We caught up with two of the writers of the song, Lauren Harris and Tom Read, to capture an acoustic performance of the song.

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Lauren Harris & Tom Read from New Wine Worship perform You Restore My Soul

Afterwards they both filled us in on how the song came about.

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Lauren Harris and Tom Read tell us how the song came about

Finally, New Wine Head Honcho, Paul Harcourt, told us about the first time he heard You Restore My Soul, and the impact it had on the movement.

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