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Before I Knew Jesus Chords and Lyrics – Leanna Crawford

Before I knew Jesus All I knew was all my shame Unloved was my life story Unworthy was my name Had no future Just a long and broken past But I’m standing here today to say Jesus changed all that

Battle Belongs Chords, Lyrics, Sheet Music – Phil Wickham

When all I see is the battle You see my victory When all I see is the mountain You see a mountain moved And as I walk through the shadow Your love surrounds me There’s nothing to fear now For I am safe with You

Blessed Chords and Lyrics – Vertical Worship, Essential Worship

Blessed is the poor in spirit Blessed is the one in need For every thirst and every hunger You are everything

The Best Is Yet To Come Chords and Lyrics – Mack Brock, Pat Barrett

Faithful from beginning Look how far You’ve brought me Where would I have been without Your love Faithful to the ending You have never left me I will not forget what You have done

Beautiful Insanity Chords and Lyrics – Mercy Gordon

Oh Lord, reigning on high Dwelling in unapproachable light Who can stand before your glory and your might Oh Lord, you reign on high

Belovedness Chords and Lyrics – Sarah Kroger

You’ve owned your fear and all your self-loathing You’ve owned the voices inside of your head You’ve?owned?the shame and?reproach of your failure It’s time to?own your belovedness

By Faith Chords, Lyrics, Sheet Music – Keith & Kristyn Getty

By faith we see the hand of God In the light of creation’s grand design In the lives of those who prove His faithfulness Who walk by faith and not by sight By faith our fathers roamed the earth With the power of His promise in their hearts Of a holy city built by God’s […]

Be Still & Know Chords and Lyrics – Jordan Smith

It’s never too late to start again, the broken will see the light Wherever you are, you’re never too far, what’s buried will come to life It’s never too late, never too late, never too late, oh-oh You’re never too far, never too far gone