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It's rising up from coast to coast,
From north to south, and east to west;
The cry of hearts that love your name,
Which with one voice we will proclaim.

The former things have taken place,
Can this be the new day of praise?
A heav'nly song that comes to birth,
And reaches out to all the earth.

Oh, let the cry to nations ring,
That all may come and all may sing:

"Holy is the Lord."
"Holy is the Lord."

And we have heard the Lion's roar,
That speaks of heaven's love and power.
Is this the time, is this the call
That ushers in Your kingdom rule?

Oh, let the cry to nations ring,
That all may come and all may sing:

"Jesus is alive!"
"Jesus is alive!"

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    mckulit_raichuSep 8, 2008 at 5:55 pm
    I've got a love song in my heart
    I've got a passion in my heart
    I've got rejoicing in my heart
    It is for you Lord my God

    More than a blazing fire on a winter's night
    More than the tall evergreens reach for the light
    More than the pounding waves long for the shore
    More than these gifts You give, I love You more

    I like Matt Redman and his songs

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