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Hillsong United – You'll Come lyrics

You'll come
(Hosea 6) Brooke Fraser 2007

Verse 1
I have decided I have resolved
To wait upon you Lord
My rock and redeemer shield, and reward
I'll wait upon you Lord

Prechorus
As surely as the sun will rise
You'll come to us
As certain as the dawn appears

Chorus
You'll come let your glory fall
As you respond to us
Spirit Rain, flood into our thirsty hearts again
You'll come.

Verse 2
We are not shaken we are not moved
We wait upon you Lord
Mighty deliverer triumph and truth
We wait upon you Lord

As surely as the sun will rise you'll come to us
Certain as your word endures.

Chorus

Bridge
Chains be broken
Lives be healed
Eyes be opened
Christ is revealed



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    UnregisteredJan 21, 2012 at 6:53 am
    This song describes how I feel and how much I believe that someday, god will show me the way to a better life. Even though sometimes I'm struggling, I know he's there watching over me. I've been a bad, selfish and uncontrollable. But, I am trying to change. And I know for sure, he's gonna give me the strength to go through anything. Don't ever give up, guys! It's a shame if you give up when you have a god right next to you all the time. God bless!

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