Song Lyrics

Sunday Worship for July 18

Our Song from Age to Age (arrangement by Joel Sczebel)

VERSE 1:
Oh God of power, living Word,
the One who made the stars
Who with Your glory filled the earth,
from dust made beating hearts
You loved us when we fell away,
poured mercy on our soul
And promised grace would come to save,
to loose death’s iron hold

CHORUS:
You are our song from age to age
Our voices unite to recount Your praise, again and again
You are our song from age to age
We will proclaim Your pow’r to save, again and again

VERSE 2:
Oh God of promises fulfilled,
the God who took on flesh
Who did all that the Father willed,
was humbled unto death
You bore our cross of sin and shame,
endured our agony
With gladness we now bear Your name
and worship at Your feet

VERSE 3:
Oh God, who surely guides our steps
Through tempests and through trials
Our Shepherd King, Your way is best,
through tears now veil our eyes
Your steadfast love, our perfect hope,
our eyes are fixed on grace
We have no doubt You’ll lead us home
to finally see Your face

CHORUS

VERSE 4:
Oh God of all of history, enthroned in realms of light
What eyes of faith have stained to see
will one day fill our sight
With all the saints we’ll lay our crowns
before the Savior’s feet
And sing as all the heav’ns resound
for all eternity

 

Jesus Paid It All [Passion Version] by Alex Nifong, Elvina M. Hall, and John Thomas Grape

VERSE 1:
I hear the Savior say
“Thy strength indeed is small
Child of weakness, watch and pray
Find in Me thine all in all”

CHORUS:
‘Cause Jesus paid it all
All to Him I owe
Sin had left a crimson stain
He washed it white as snow

VERSE 2:
Lord, now indeed I find
Thy pow’r and Thine alone
Can change the leper’s spots
And melt the heart of stone

VERSE 3:
And when before the throne
I stand in Him complete
Jesus died my soul to save
my lips shall still repeat
(Repeat CHORUS)

BRIDGE 1:
Oh, praise the One who paid my debt
And raised this life up from the dead

BRIDGE 2:
Oh, praise the One who paid my debt
And raised this life up from the dead

 

How Great Is Your Faithfulness [Default Arrangement] by Jonas Myrin and Matt Redman

VERSE 1
Now unto the King who reigns over all
And never changes or turns
Unfailing justice, unfading grace
Whose promises remain
Yes, Your promises remain

CHORUS
The heavens ring, the saints all sing
Great is Your faithfulness
From age to age we will proclaim
Great is Your faithfulness
How great is Your faithfulness

VERSE 2
Everything changes
But You stay the same
Your Word and your kingdom endure
We lean on the promises
Of all that You are
And trust forevermore
We will trust forevermore

BRIDGE
From generation to generation
You never fail us, O God
Yesterday today and tomorrow
Until the day You return

 

(Optional, additional song)

Let Your Kingdom Come [Default Arrangement] by Bob Kauflin

VERSE 1:
Your glorious cause, O God, engages our hearts
May Jesus Christ be known wherever we are
We ask not for ourselves, but for Your renown
The cross has saved us so we
Pray Your kingdom come

CHORUS:
Let Your kingdom come, let Your will be done
So that everyone might know Your Name
Let Your song be heard everywhere on earth
Til Your sovereign work on earth is done
Let Your kingdom come

VERSE 2:
Give us Your strength, O God,
And courage to speak
Perform Your wondrous deeds,
Through those who are weak
Lord use us as You want,
Whatever the test
By grace we’ll preach Your gospel
Til our dying breath