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Selah – I Bless Your Name lyrics

In prisoners' chains
With bleeding stripes
Paul and Silas prayed that night
And in their pain began to sing
Their chains were loosed
And they were free
I bless Your Name
I bless Your Name
I give You honor, give You praise
You are the Life, the Truth, the Way
I bless Your Name
I bless Your Name

Some midnight hour
If you should find
You're in a prison in your mind
Reach out and praise
Defy those chains
And they will fall
In Jesus' Name

We bless Your Name
We bless Your Name
We give You honor, give You praise
You are the Life, the Truth, the Way
We bless Your Name
We bless Your Name

You are the Life, the Truth, the Way
We bless Your Name
We bless Your Name



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    jj4jesus2000Dec 17, 2014 at 8:47 pm
    One of the most beautiful songs I've heard. I'm a christian on a southern gospel radio station, and I liked the title, so I played that song, and it ministered to me. It reminds me that no matter the situation you're facing or may be going through, that just as Paul and Silas did, if we pray, that Jesus is there and he will see you through.

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