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Matt Redman – I'm Coming Up The Mountain Lyrics lyrics

Can I ascend the hill of the Lord?
Can I stand in that holy place?
There to approach the glory of my God;
Come towards to seek your face.
Purify my heart and purify my hands.
For I know it is on holy ground I'll stand.

I'm coming up the mountain, Lord;
I'm seeking you and you alone.
I know that I will be transformed,
My heart unveiled before you.
I'm longing for your presence, Lord;
Envelop me within the cloud.
I'm coming up the mountain, Lord,
My heart unveiled before you,
I will come.

I'm coming to worship,
I'm coming to bow down,
I'm coming to meet with you.



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