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Until All Have Been Served
Words by Ray Boltz, Music by Ray Boltz and Steve Millikan
Brother and sisters sharing communion
Holding the bread of life in their hands
In just a few hours theyd be going home
Serving the Lord in faraway lands
When someone said,
Has everyone been served?
This is what was heard
CHORUS:
No, no, not everyone has been served
No, no, we need to
Take them to his word
How can they know him
When theyve never heard?
No, no, not everyone has been served
With tears in their eyes
They prayed for the cities
Where millions of people suffer each day
They live and they die
Never knowing why
No one is there to show them the way
And the Father says,
Has everyone been served?
For so long He has heard
CHORUS (repeat)
We are the light and we know the truth
Can we forget what were called to do?
No, no, not until all have been served
No, no, we need to
Take them to his word
In every nation let this cry be heard
No, no, not until all have been served
No, no, not until all have been served
No, no, we need to
Take them to his word
In every nation, let this cry be heard
No, no, not until all have been served
1996 Shepherd Boy MusicASCAP (adm. by Word Music) and Weedom



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