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Ray Boltz – Lion Of Judah lyrics

Lion Of Judah
Words and music by Ray Boltz and Steve Millikan
Messiah would come
The earth would rejoice
The people start to sing
For they would behold
As Scripture fortold
A mighty King of Kings
But He came as a child
Not like they had planned
Not like they had planned
Chorus:
Lion of Judah
Lamb of God
Glorious Conqueror
Suffering Son
Lion of Judah
With nails in His hands
The Mighty Redeemer
Was meek as a lamb
No elegant robes
No glorious throne
No armies at His side
Could this be the One?
A carpenter's son?
A man condemned to die?
But a lion roared
Deep inside thie Lamb
Inside this Man
Chorus (repeat)
1988 Shepherd Boy Musicascap (exclusively administered by Integrated Copyright Group, P. O. Box 24149, Nashville, tn 37202) and Sonworshippersascap. All rights reserved.



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