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TRUST JESUS TODAY
I wrote this song on the fly but I think it has something...
Great and Marvelous.
by Ben Corum
derived from Revilation 15:4-5
Great and marvelous are your,
Works Lord God Almighty.
Just and true are your ways,
You are the King of Saints.
Who shall not fear you O Lord?
And not glorify your name?
For you are holy God,
For all nations shall come,
And worship before you!
For your judgments are made manifest.
And I know in your arms I will find rest,
And your love shall rid me of my weakness.
And evil shall flee from me.
So let my light shine fourth.
And let your truth be heard. (Repeat twice)
For this is the song.
That shall be heard through all ages,
About your love and justice.
So sanctify me Lord and bring me home...
and bring me home... bring me home...
oh please bring me home.
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