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Sometimes you wanna laugh, sometimes you wanna cry;
You’re just not good enough no matter how hard you try,
So you go on, but do you know something’s wrong.
You meant it when you asked Him in down on your knees;
Somehow you lost the thrill and thrills are what you need,
To let you know where you’re gonna go.
You struggle on trying to earn what He’s given you.
You struggle on; He died to give it, what more can you do.

CHORUS
So consider it, consider it done;
The prize you’re fighting for is already won.
So consider it, consider it done;
You’ll find His work’s just begun
When you consider it done.

God helps the ones who help themselves, some people say,
But are we helping out or getting in His way.
He wants our best and Hell do the rest;
It’s by His grace we’re saved,
Not by the things we do,
So we’ve got to serve Him with a thankful attitude
And let Him know where He leads we’ll go.
From this day on our hope’s in Jesus and His work’s complete.
From this day on, He makes His experience our history.

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