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Sent By The Father
Words and music by Ray Boltz and Steve Millikan
One more time youve heard the story
Of our Saviors birth
Heard how few beheld His glory
When He came to earth
Oh but soon every eye shall see Him
Angels at His side
See Him now on a great white stallion
In the eastern sky
Chorus:
Sent by the Father
Jesus go and call my children
A trumpet sounds and the angels sing
Like never before
With shepherds and wise men
We humbly bow
And every tongue confess that He is Lord
When He comes in all His glory
Comes to claim His own
We wont need a star to guide us
Well be going home
Once a baby in a manger
No room at the inn
Now a king who reigns forever
Over death and sin
Chorus (repeat 2X)
1997 Shepherd Boy Musicascap (adm. By Word Music) and Weedom



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