Jesus Loves Me

Album: Love Ran Red (2014)
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  • I was lost
    I was in chains
    The world had a hold of me

    My heart was a stone
    I was covered in shame
    When He came for me

    I couldn't run, couldn't run from His presence
    I couldn't run, couldn't run from His arms

    Jesus, He loves me, He loves me, He is for me
    Jesus, how can it be, He loves me, He is for me

    And it was a fire
    Deep in my soul
    I'll never be the same

    I stepped out of the dark
    And into the light
    When He called my name

    I couldn't run, couldn't run from His presence
    I couldn't run, couldn't run from His arms

    Jesus, He loves me, He loves me, He is for me
    Jesus, how can it be, He loves me, He is for me

    He holds the stars and He holds my heart
    With healing hands that bear the scars
    The rugged cross where He died for me
    My only hope, my everything

    Jesus, He loves me
    He loves me, oh
    Jesus, how can it be, He loves me, He is for me

    (He loves me, He loves me)
    He loves me (He loves me, He loves me)
    He is for me (He loves me, He loves me)
    My God it's amazing oh

    Jesus loves me Writer/s: Ben Glover, Chris Tomlin, Reuben Morgan
    Publisher: CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP, Capitol CMG Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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