Great Is the Lord

Album: The Michael W. Smith Project (1983)
  • Great is the Lord
    He is holy and just
    By His power we trust
    In His love
    Great is the Lord
    He is faithful and true
    By His mercy He proves
    He is love

    Great is the Lord
    And worthy of glory
    Great is the Lord
    And worthy of praise
    Great is the Lord
    Now lift up your voice
    Now lift up your voice
    Great is the Lord
    Great is the Lord

    Great is the Lord,
    He is holy and just
    By His power we trust
    In His love
    Great is the Lord
    He is faithful, and true
    By His mercy He proves
    He is love

    Great is the Lord
    And worthy of glory
    Great is the Lord
    And worthy of praise
    Great is the Lord
    Now lift up your voice
    Now lift up your voice
    Great is the Lord
    Great is the Lord

    Great are you Lord
    And worthy of glory
    Great are you Lord
    And worthy of praise
    Great are you Lord
    I lift up my voice
    I lift up my voice
    Great are you Lord
    Great are you Lord Writer/s: Y, ASAPH ALEXANDER WARD
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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