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Father, I Adore You lyrics

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Matt Brouwer – Father, I Adore You lyrics

Father, I adore You
Lay my life before You
How I love You
Jesus, I adore You
Lay my life before You
How I love You
Spirit, I adore You
Lay my life before You
How I love You

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    bahumbug3456Nov 17, 2014 at 2:13 am
    I think the meaning is pretty clear here, no reading between the lines is necessary. The artist is proclaiming his love for the father, son and the holy ghost, as well as devoting his life to serving the trinity. Each in a separate verse dedicated to any one person of the trinity. But mainly he's saying that he adores or loves the lord our God and created this hymm to serve him. This is our warm-up song for chorus. We sing it everyday so it tends to be on my mind a lot.

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