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Falling in love with the Christian group Mercy Me music

My favorite is "God With Us"

Who are we that You would be mindful of us what do You see that's worth looking our way we are free in ways that we never should be sweet release from the grip of these chains like hinges straining from the weight my heart no longer can keep from singing.

all that is within me cries for You alone be glorified Emmanuel God with us my heart sings a brand new song the debt is paid these chains are gone Emmanuel God with us.

Lord You know our hearts don't deserve Your glory still You show a love we cannot afford like hinges straining from the weight my heart no longer can keep from singing. [back to chorus]

Such a tiny offering compared to Calvary nevertheless way law it at your feet.


Since I don't know how to upload videos here is the link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ORy81YOza5I

Comments

Mia said…
This is a wonderful song! I've never read the lyrics before..now that I'm reading these powerful words, I probably won't hear "God with Us" the same way again! Thanks for posting, Asia!
(by the way, I think your name is beautiful!)

--Mia
Meredith Ivy said…
I love that song too, Asia... MercyMe has a lot of good music. Have a great weekend!

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