Word of God Speak

Album: Spoken For (2002)
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  • I'm finding myself at a loss for words
    And the funny thing is it's okay
    The last thing I need is to be heard
    But to hear what You would say

    Word of God speak
    Would you pour down like rain
    Washing my eyes to see
    Your majesty
    To be still and know
    That you're in this place
    Please let me stay and rest
    In your holiness
    Word of God speak

    I'm finding myself in the midst of You
    Beyond the music, beyond the noise
    All that I need is to be with You
    And in the quiet hear Your voice

    I'm finding myself at a loss for words
    And the funny thing is it's okay

    I'm finding myself at a loss for words
    And the funny thing is it's okay Writer/s: BART MILLARD, PETE KIPLEY, PETER C. KIPLEY
    Publisher: ESSENTIAL MUSIC PUBLISHING, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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