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TITLE: I Find His Grace Is Still Amazing!
By Rick Musick
07/19/08
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The grace of God is so amazing, from generation to generation His grace has always made a way!
I Find His Grace Is Still Amazing


From Noah until now,
Form generation to generation
I find His grace to be amazing,
How God has always made a way.

A way for man to escape His wrath,
A way for man to find a love that last,
A way for you and I to share an experience with Him that is so precious and so dear.

I find His grace is still amazing,
Every time I think of Calvary,
Every time I think of blood shed for me.
Every time I think just how much Christ Jesus loves me!

I find His grace is still amazing,
The grace that washed my sins away.
The grace that keeps me day by day,
The grace that touches my heart every time I pray.

I find His grace is still amazing,
To think that I who offers Him nothing,
Nothing but love and daily devotion,
Nothing but thankfulness, and praise from my heart.
All because He gave me a brand new start.
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