Praise the Father, Praise the Son

Album: Hello Love (2008)
  • Oh sovereign God, oh matchless King
    The saints adore, the angels sing
    And fall before the throne on grace
    To you belongs the highest praise.

    These sufferings, this passing tide
    Under Your wings I will abide,
    And every enemy shall flee,
    You are my hope and victory.

    [Chorus]
    Praise the Father, praise the Son.
    Praise the Spirit, three in One.
    Clothed in power and in grace
    The name above all other names.

    To the valley, for my soul,
    Thy great descent has made me whole!
    You word my heart has welcomed home,
    Now peace like water ever flows.

    [Chorus: x2]

    Yours is the kingdom,
    Yours is the power.
    Your is the glory forever.
    Yours is the kingdom,
    Yours is the power.
    Your is the glory forever.

    [Chorus]

    The name above all other names. Writer/s: CHRIS Tomlin, Ed Cash
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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