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O sovereign God, o matchless King
The saints adore, the angels sing
And fall before the throne on grace
To You belong the highest praise.

These sufferings, this passing tide
Under Your wings I will abide,
And every enemy shall flee;
You are my hope and victory.

Praise the Father, praise the Son.
Praise the Spirit, three in one.
Clothed in power and in grace
The name above all other names.

To the valley, for my soul
Thy great descent has made me whole!
You word my heart has welcomed home;
Now peace like water ever flows.

Praise the Father, praise the Son.
Praise the Spirit, three in one.
Clothed in power and in grace
The name above all other names.

Yours is the kingdom.
Yours is the power.
Your is the glory.
Forever.

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To the One who created the heavens and the earth
To the One who is holy, pure, without blemish
To the One who does not change like shifting shadows
To the One who is without limit or end
To the One who is light and love
To the One who is just and judges accordingly
To the One who knows our innermost thoughts
To the One whose wisdom far exceeds our own
To the One who abounds in mercy and patience
To the One who cuts enduring covenants with his people
To the One who came to relate to us in the incarnation
To the One who reveals himself as Father, Son, and Spirit
To the One who is deserving of glory and honor and praise
To the One who has redeemed us through the cross
To Him we lift up our eyes in supplication.
We know that He does all things well. Through times of crises, though everything else may fall apart, He is still there. He is readily accessible to us, and through the cross He will be found. There is no fear where there is the Cross. There is no condemnation while Christ stands on our behalf. If we were to prove ourselves unfaithful, God would still show himself all the more faithful. Because God is God, he is strong in our weakness, he turns meaninglessness into meaningfulness, and he redeems us from our brokenness. And at the end of the day, his work is all that really matters.

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