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TITLE: Power Tools (revised, 8-12-14)
By Jacob Gibson
08/12/14
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All of us have been assigned by the highest Authority in the universe to complete the highest of all tasks and He has equipped us with everything we need to get it done. We are His tools that He wants to use to fix this broken world and what He has in mind is more fullfilling than anything else. However, what we can accomplish with the Holy Spirit is so much more than without and will transform us into more than simple tools. I haven’t talked much about the Spirit so I’m glad I’m doing it now.

If this song was played, I would like it song to be a rock song with musicians making music with the sounds of tools like hammers, saws, wrenches, etc. I don’t love building, but I do love creativity.

Remember... you can do it! He can help.
Welcome to the shop, we’ve got lots to do
There’s no lack of things to fix here and make brand new

All you hammers find your nails, saws find your boards
Drills and sanders get a-moving ‘till the work’s restored

From the early morning to the setting of the sun
We’ve only got a short time to get ‘er all done

But don’t forget about that outlet waiting on the wall
It will supercharge your work so you can do it all!

(Chorus)
Plug in! To the power be-yond you
Re-charge! That old battery
Fill up! With all that you can contain
Of that sweet e-lec-tri-ci-ty

Turn on! Watch the energy flow out
Re-lax! As you’re put you to use
Let go! And you’ll feel the guidance
Look out… the power tools are loose!

*tool-cussion*

Created by the Master to do good works
Sending us straight to the problem wher-ever it lurks

This carpenter’s a wiz at any tricky goal
Just trust him with your life, give him have full control

Don’t be wishin’ you’re another tool on His bench
How could you ever compare a ratchet to a wrench?

Make sure you tap into His mighty power close at hand
To get charged up and do the awesome things that He has planned!

(Chorus)

*tool-cussion*

(New chorus + tool-cussion)

Plug in! Ho-ly Spi-rit is waiting
Recharge! Till you’re full to the brim
Fill up! With His unlimited power
Hang on as you’re filled up with Him

Turn on! Watch Him change the whole world
Re-lax! As you’re put to use
Let go! And trust His eye for perfection
Look out… the power tools are loose!

(Repeat once)
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