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Orphans Of God lyrics

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Indiana Bible College – Orphans Of God lyrics

[Verse:]
Who here among us
Has not been broken
Who here among us
Is without guilt or pain
So oft’ abandoned
By our transgression
If such a thing as grace exists
Grace was made for lives like this

[Chorus:]
There are no strangers
There are no outcasts
There are no orphans of God
So many fallen
But hallelujah
There are no orphans of God

[Verse 2:]
Come ye unwanted
And find affection
Come all ye weary
Come and lay down your head
Come ye unworthy
You are my brother
If such a thing as grace exists
Then grace was made for lives like this

[Bridge:]
Oh blessed Father
Look down upon us
We are Your children
We need Your love
We bow before
Your throne of mercy
And seek Your face
To rise above

[Outro:]
There are no orphans of God



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