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From the ends of the earth (From the ends of the earth)
From the depth of the sea (From the depth of the sea)
From the height of the heaven (From the height of the heaven)
Your name we praise

From the hearts of the weak (From the hearts of the weak)
From the shouts of the strong (From the shouts of the strong)
From the lips of all people (From the lips of all people)
Your song we raise Lord

Throughout the endless ages
You will be crowed with praises
Lord most high
Exalted in every nation
Soverign of all creation
Lord most high
Be magnified



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    UnregisteredMar 6, 2012 at 1:17 am
    It means that god our lord is above everything!!! No matter how the mankind think the they can do anything without the lord! They are so wrong because in the bible says that no leave would move if it's not god's mercy. Also , the birds, the ocean... Everything in nature praise the lord. And so do we have to do the same. Amen!!

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