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Jesus who rescues us from the wrath to come
You are the ark of God to save us from the flood
You are right to judge my sinful heart
But Your glory is Your mercy
For You condescend to make a friend
Of an enemy like me

Jesus who says come forth and calls the dead to rise
You are the Word of God whose breath sustains our lives
I was dead in all my guilt and shame
'Til You spoke my resurrection
Now You hide my life inside Your own
Where You whisper me Your love

Thank You, thank You
Jesus we are grateful
Thank You, thank You
Jesus we are Yours

Jesus who gathers us like children in His arms
You are the Lamb of God who shepherds us from harm
We will follow into family
And be seated at Your table
Where matchless grace of an orphan makes
A child of God in full

Thank You, thank You
Jesus we are grateful
Thank You, oh thank You
Jesus we are Yours
Jesus we are Yours
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