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Tim Hill – The Church Moves On lyrics

[Verse:]
In the city of Jerusalem a church was born one day   
When believers of the Lord’s command fell on their knees to pray   
They were all endued with power sent from God’s eternal throne   
With the goal to reach the uttermost, the Church of God moved on

[Chorus:]
The Church moves on, wnd proclaims aloud the message 
Jesus saves, and He’s coming for His own
Through the rain, through the flood filled with fire, bought by blood Reaching out to everyone, the Church moves on

[Verse 2:]
Though this Church has been in prison and has walked the lion’s den   
She has braved a ragging battle in the fight to win all men   
Though he’s tried, he cannot hinder, Satan cannot touch the stone
That the Church moving upward is forever built upon



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