In Christ Alone

  • In Christ alone will I glory
    Though I could pride myself in battles won
    For I've been blessed beyond measure
    And by His strength alone I'll overcome
    Oh, I could stop and count successes like diamonds in my hands
    But those trophies could not equal to the grace by which I stand

    [chorus]
    In Christ alone
    I place my trust
    And find my glory in the power of the cross
    In every victory
    Let it be said of me
    My source of strength
    My source of hope
    Is Christ alone

    In Christ alone do I glory
    For only by His grace I am redeemed
    For only His tender mercy
    Could reach beyond my weakness to my need
    And now I seek no greater honor in just to know Him more
    And to count my gains but losses to the glory of my Lord

    [chorus]
    In Christ alone
    I place my trust
    And find my glory in the power of the cross
    In every victory
    Let it be said of me
    My source of strength
    My source of hope
    Is Christ alone Writer/s: Keith Getty, Stuart Townend
    Publisher: CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP
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