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I was an orphan, lost at the fall;

running away when I’d hear you call,

But Father, you worked your will.

I had no righteousness of my own

I had no right to draw near your throne,

But Father, you loved me still.


And in love,

before you laid the world’s foundation,

You predestined

to adopt me as your own.

You have raised me up

so high above my station;

I’m a child of God by grace,

and grace alone


You left your home to seek out the lost;

You knew the great and terrible cost

But Jesus, your face was set.

I worked my fingers down to the bone;

Nothing I did could ever atone,

Jesus, you paid my debt.


By your blood

I have redemption and salvation.

Lord you died

that I might reap what you have sown,

And you rose

that I might be a new creation.

I am born again by grace,

and grace alone.


I was in darkness all of my life,

I never knew the day from the night,

But Spirit, you made me see.

I swore I knew the way on my own;

Head full of rocks,

a heart made of stone

But Spirit, you moved in me.


And At your touch

my sleeping spirit was awakened;

On my darkened heart

the light of Christ has shone.

Called into a kingdom

that cannot be shaken;

Heaven’s citizen by grace,

and grace alone.


So I’ll stand in faith by grace,

and grace alone

I will run the race by grace,

and grace alone

I will slay my sin by grace,

and grace alone

I will reach the end by grace,

and grace alone

Grace Alone

Words and Music by Dustin Kensrue

© 2013 Mars Hill Church

CCLI License #1501423


Praise to the Lord,

the Almighty, the King of creation!



O my soul, praise Him,

for He is thy health and salvation!



All ye who hear,

Now to His temple draw near;

Join me in glad adoration.
Praise to the Lord,

who o’er all things

so wondrously reigneth,

Shelters thee under His wings,

yes, so gently sustaineth!



Hast thou not seen

How all thy longings have been,

Granted in what He ordaineth?
Praise to the Lord,

who doth prosper thy work

and defend thee;



Surely His goodness

and mercy here daily attend thee.



Ponder anew

What the Almighty can do

If with His love He befriend thee.
Praise the Lord;

Praise the Lord;

Praise the Lord;

Praise the Lord.


Praise to the Lord! 

O let all that is in me adore Him!

All that hath life and breath, 

come now with

praises before Him.



Let the Amen

Sound from His people again;

Gladly forever adore Him.
Praise the Lord;

Praise the Lord;

Praise the Lord;

Praise the Lord.


Praise the Lord;

Praise the Lord;

Praise the Lord;

Praise to the Lord, the Almighty


W-Joachim Neander / M-Stralsund Gesangbuch

Arr. Travis Cottrell and Paul Mills

© 2004 Integrity’s Hosanna! Music



CCLI License #1501423
There is love

that came for us,

humbled to

a sinner’s cross.

You broke my shame

and sinfulness;

You rose again,

victorious!
Faithfulness

none can deny;

through the storm

and through the fire

there is truth

that sets me free:

Jesus Christ,

who lives in me.


You are stronger,

You are stronger.

Sin is broken,

You have saved me!

It is written,

Christ is risen!

Jesus, You are Lord of all.


No beginning

and no end;

You’re my hope

and my defense.

You came to seek

and save the lost;

You paid it all

upon the cross.


You are stronger,

You are stronger.

Sin is broken,

You have saved me!

It is written,

Christ is risen!

Jesus, You are Lord of all.


So let Your name

be lifted higher,

be lifted higher,

be lifted higher.

So let your name

be lifted higher,

be lifted higher,

be lifted higher.
So let Your name

be lifted higher,

be lifted higher,

be lifted higher.

So let your name

be lifted higher,

be lifted higher,

be lifted higher.
You are stronger,

You are stronger.

Sin is broken,

You have saved me!

It is written,

Christ is risen!

Jesus, You are Lord of all.


You are stronger,

You are stronger.

Sin is broken,

You have saved me!

It is written,

Christ is risen!

Jesus, You are Lord of all.

Stronger
W and M--Ben Fielding & Reuben Morgan

© 2007 Hillsong Publishing

CCLI License #1501423


Rock of Ages, cleft for me

Let me hide myself in Thee

Let the water and the blood

From Thy wounded side which flowed

Be of sin the double cure

Save from wrath and make me pure


All the labors of my hands

Could not meet Thy law’s demands

Could my zeal no respite know

Could my tears forever flow

All for sin could not atone

Thou must save, and Thou alone


Nothing in my hands I bring

Simply to Thy cross I cling

Naked come to Thee for dress

Helpless, look to Thee for grace

To Thy fountain, Lord, I fly

Wash me Savior or I die


While I draw this fleeting breath

When my eyes shall close in death

When I soar to worlds unknown

See Thee on Thy judgment throne

Rock of Ages, cleft for me

Let me hide myself in Thee

Rock of Ages, Cleft for Me


Music and additional lyrics by Bob Kauflin

Lyrics by Augustus Toplady

© 1998 Sovereign Grace Praise

CCLI License #1501423


Come, Thou Fount of every blessing,

tune my heart to sing Thy grace



Streams of mercy, never ceasing

call for songs of loudest praise



Teach me some melodious sonnet

sung by flaming tongues above



Praise the mount, I'm fixed upon it

Mount of Thy redeeming love
I was lost in utter darkness

'til You came and rescued me



I was bound by all my sin when

Your love came and set me free



Now my soul can sing a new song,

now my heart has found a home



Now Your grace is always with me

And I'll never be alone
Come, Thou Fount,

Come, Thou King;

Come, Thou precious

Prince of Peace

Hear Your bride,

to You we sing,

Come, Thou Fount of

our blessing
O, to grace, how great a debtor

daily I'm constrained to be



Let Thy goodness, like a fetter,

bind my wandering heart to Thee



Prone to wander, Lord, I feel it,

prone to leave the God I love



Here's my heart, Lord,

take and seal it



Seal it for Thy courts above
Come, Thou Fount,

Come, Thou King;

Come, Thou precious

Prince of Peace

Hear Your bride,

to You we sing,

Come, Thou Fount of

our blessing
Come, Thou Fount,

Come, Thou King;

Come, Thou precious

Prince of Peace

Hear Your bride,

to You we sing,

Come, Thou Fount of

our blessing
O, to grace, how great a debtor

daily I'm constrained to be



Let Thy goodness, like a fetter,

bind my wandering heart to Thee



Prone to wander, Lord, I feel it,

prone to leave the God I love



Here's my heart, Lord,

take and seal it



Seal it for Thy courts above

Come Thou Fount, Come Thou King


M--Traditional W--Robert Robinson Add. Thomas Miller

© 2005 Thomas Miller/Gateway Create Publishing/Integrity’s Praise! Music

CCLI License #1501423