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God, our Father, full of power

Maker of the heavens,

Maker of the world

Forming all things, seen and unseen

Truly the Almighty

beyond all measured worth

Holy is His Name


We believe the Lord our God is One

Father, Spirit, Son; This is our God!

We believe forever He will reign

Let the church proclaim:

This is our God!


Our Lord Jesus sent to save us

Born unto a virgin, lived a perfect life

Greatly suffered, dying for us

From the grave He’s risen,

seated now on high

Holy is His Name


We believe the Lord our God is One

Father, Spirit, Son; This is our God!

We believe forever He will reign

Let the church proclaim:

This is our God!


Jesus will come back again

To judge the living and the dead

Usher in the age to come

Let everyone sing “Amen”


Jesus will come back again

To judge the living and the dead

Usher in the age to come

Let everyone sing “Amen”

Let everyone sing “Amen”


Spirit, holy, One in glory

Speaking through the prophets

Empowering the Church

Life is given by and through Him

With the Son and Father,

worshiped and adored

Holy is His Name


We believe the Lord our God is One

Father, Spirit, Son; This is our God!

We believe forever He will reign

Let the church proclaim:

This is our God!

This Is Our God

W and M—Neil DeGraide, Dave Fournier, Zach Jones, Doug Plank, and George Romanacce

© 2015 Sovereign Grace Praise

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All creatures of our God and King,

Lift up your voice and with us sing

O praise Him, Alleluia!

Thou burning sun with golden beam,

Thou silver moon with softer gleam,

O praise Him! O praise Him! 

Alleluia, alleluia! Alleluia!
Let all things their Creator bless, 

And worship Him in humbleness, 

O praise Him! Alleluia!

Praise, praise the Father,

praise the Son,

And praise the Spirit, Three in One,

O praise Him! O praise Him! 

Alleluia, alleluia! Alleluia!
All the redeemed washed by His blood

Come and rejoice in His great love

O praise Him! Alleluia!

Christ has defeated every sin

Cast all your burdens now on Him

O praise Him! O praise Him!

Alleluia! Alleluia! Alleluia!


He shall return in pow’r to reign

Heaven and earth will join to say

O praise Him! Alleluia!

Then who shall fall on bended knee?

All creatures of our God and King

O praise Him! O praise Him!

Alleluia! Alleluia!
O praise Him! O praise Him!

Alleluia! Alleluia! Alleluia!

All Creatures of Our God and King

W—St. Francis of Assisi, Add. words by Jonathan Baird and Ryan Baird

M—16 Century German tune, adapted by Jonathan Baird and Ryan Baird

© 2013 Sovereign Grace Worship

CCLI License 1501423


The sands of time are sinking,

The dawn of Heaven breaks;

The summer morn I’ve sighed for,

The fair, sweet morn awakes;

Dark, dark hath been the midnight,

But dayspring is at hand,

And glory, glory dwelleth

In Immanuel’s land.
The King there in His beauty,

Without a veil is seen;

It were a well spent journey,

Though sev’n deaths lay between;

The Lamb with His fair army

Doth on Mount Zion stand,

And glory, glory dwelleth

In Immanuel’s land.
O Christ, He is the fountain,

The deep, deep well of love;

The streams on earth I’ve tasted,

More deep I’ll drink above;

There to an ocean fullness

His mercy doth expand,

And glory, glory dwelleth

In Immanuel’s land.
With mercy and with judgment

My web of time He wove;

And aye the dews of sorrow

Were lustered with His love;

I’ll bless the hand that guided,

I’ll bless the heart that planned,

When throned where glory dwelleth

In Immanuel’s land.
Oh! I am my Beloved’s

And my Beloved’s mine!

He brings a poor, vile sinner

Into His “house of wine;”

I stand upon His merit,

I know no other stand,

Not e’en where glory dwelleth

In Immanuel’s land.
The bride eyes not her garments,

But her dear Bridegroom’s face;

I will not gaze at glory

But on my King of grace;

Not at the crown He giveth,

But on His pierced hand;

The Lamb is all the glory

Of Immanuel’s land.
The Sands of Time are Sinking

W — Anne Ross Cousin (1857), based on the letters of Samuel Rutherford, Public Domain;

M — Connie Dever, © 2014

CCLI License #1501423


Alas, and did my Savior bleed

And did my Sovereign die?

Would He devote that sacred head

For such a worm as I?

Was it for sins that I had done

He groaned upon the tree?

Amazing pity, grace unknown

And love beyond degree


My God, why would
You shed Your blood

So pure and undefiled

To make a sinful one like me

Your chosen, precious child?


Well might the sun in darkness hide

And shut His glories in

When Christ, the mighty Maker, died

For man, the creature’s, sin

Thus might I hide my blushing face

While His dear cross appears

Dissolve my heart in thankfulness

And melt my eyes to tears


My God, why would
You shed Your blood

So pure and undefiled

To make a sinful one like me

Your chosen, precious child?


My God, why would
You shed Your blood

So pure and undefiled

To make a sinful one like me

Your chosen, precious child?

Alas, and Did My Savior Bleed


W--Isaac Watts and Bob Kauflin M--Bob Kauflin

© 1997 Sovereign Grace Praise

CCLI License #1501423


I once was lost in darkest night

Yet thought I knew the way

The sin that promised joy and life

Had led me to the grave

I had no hope that You would own

A rebel to Your will

And if You had not loved me first

I would refuse You still


But as I ran my hell-bound race

Indifferent to the cost

You looked upon my helpless state

And led me to the cross

And I beheld God’s love displayed

You suffered in my place

You bore the wrath reserved for me

Now all I know is grace


Hallelujah! All I have is Christ

Hallelujah! Jesus is my life


Now, Lord, I would be Yours alone

And live so all might see

The strength to follow Your commands

Could never come from me

Oh Father, use my ransomed life

In any way You choose

And let my song forever be

My only boast is You


Hallelujah! All I have is Christ

Hallelujah! Jesus is my life


Hallelujah! All I have is Christ

Hallelujah! Jesus is my life

All I Have Is Christ


W and M--Jordan Kauflin

© 2008 Sovereign Grace Praise

CCLI License #1501423