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"For unto us a child has been born
(For unto us a child has been born)
And unto us a son is given
The Lord has lifted up salvation's horn
(The Lord has lifted up salvation's horn)
And in the east the Son is risen
With healing in His wings

So let us humbly stand beneath the cleansing flood
And be immersed in the love that freely flows
His light will shine and we won't stumble in the dark
So take His words and carve them on your souls

For unto us a child has been born
(For unto us a child has been born)
And unto us a Son is given
The Lord has lifted up salvation's horn
(The Lord has lifted up salvation's horn)
And in the east the Son is risen
With healing in His wings

We'll mount on eagles wings and we'll run and not grow tired
And He will take us higher as we soar
He'll send His spirit and will there renew our strength
We'll walk and not grow faint forevermore

For unto us a child has been born
(For unto us a child has been born)
And unto us a son is given
The Lord has lifted up salvation's horn
(The Lord has lifted up salvation's horn)
And in the east the Son has risen
With healing in his wings"



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