This song was written by Ernie Haase, and was recorded by Ernie Haase & Signature Sound… included on their album, Dream On.

Ernie Haase & Signature Sound is a Southern gospel quartet founded in 2002 by Ernie Haase, former Cathedral Quartet tenor, and Garry Jones, former Gold City pianist. Ernie Haase is the only current member from the group’s inception: the lineup of the band has changed several times. The band has released 23 albums and 9 DVDs, which feature other Christian artists.
The group roster that recorded this song originally consisted of Ernie Haase (tenor), Ryan Seaton (lead), Doug Anderson (baritone), Tim Duncan (bass) and Wayne Haun (piano).

I best enjoy this song as sung by the Gaither Vocal Band, but it’s a great song regardless of whose version you hear!

This song lists just a few of the reasons one should believe in Jesus Christ.
Bible Reference… John 6:29,35,47,69; 14:6; 20:31; Romans 10:9; 1John 5:1
You have walked me through the valley of the shadows dark and low,
and that’s reason enough to believe.
You have shown me endless mercy; oh, why, I’ll never know,
and that’s reason enough to believe.

        CHORUS:
        So, I won’t wait for signs and wonders to teach me how to trust,
        ‘cause You’ve already proven, Lord, the depths of Your great love.
        You took the cross so willingly and spilled Your precious blood,
        and that’s reason enough to believe. Yes, that’s reason enough for me.

When I took Your grace for granted, I was granted even more,
and that’s reason enough to believe.
With compassion You convinced me I’m not hopeless anymore,
and that’s reason enough to believe. (CHORUS)

        TAG:
        That’s reason, that’s reason, that’s reason, ohh…

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