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Just Passing Through is an album sponsored by Jason Mitchener. It's a collection of his favorite songs that he's written or co-written. Steve Cass is the main studio artist and the producer. Jason went home to be with the Lord in Dec '09.
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Words/Music by Michael Lehr/Jason Mitchener
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Just Passing Through
Sat Aug 21, 2010
Pop : Contemporary Christian
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» highest in charts:   # 367   (127,437 songs currently listed in Pop)
» highest in sub-genre:   # 52   (16,770 songs currently listed in Pop > Contemporary Christian)
About the song
Michael Lehr and Jason Mitchener wrote several songs together. This was one of their favorites. Michael passed away in 2010 and Jason passed away in Dec. '09.

Michael Lehr, who lived the majority of his life in the UK, has written many songs. He founded Reflections Christian Music Resources, which worked with many songwriters. Visit his website,

Jason was very interested in sharing his faith, and did so in a varieties of way during his lifetime. His songwriting and devotional writing were big keys in this. Along with sponsoring this album, he wrote a book with the same title (Just Passing Through). This is a collection of many of his devotionals. This book and the physical CD is available at
May the Lord light your path
May He guide your every footstep
May He be with you, remain with you
And guard you as you go
May the Lord heal your past
And redeem each present moment
May He comfort you and strengthen you
And lead you to your home

Where is your wandering sould tonight? (Are you lost beneath the heavens?)
Are you weary of seeking to be whole? (Are you lost beneath the stars?)
I simply pray you'll find a way to come in from the darkness
And find your life's true goal

Do you know someone cares for you? (As yo uwalk these lonely highways)
Will you see He's prepared a special place? (As you walk these lonely roads)
Can you at least release your grasp on all you think supports you
And fall into His grace?

Come home where love is
Come home my friend
Come home to a final new beginning
And a peace that knows no end