My Testimony by Marvin Sapp


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I Win by Marvin Sapp

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My Testimony
by Marvin Sapp

Album: I Win
by Marvin Sapp


Verse 1:
So glad I made it, I made it through
In spite of the storm and rain,
Heartache and pain.
Still I'm declaring
I made it through; see, I didn't lose.
I've experienced loss at a major cost
But I never lost faith in you


Chorus:
So if you see me cry,
It's just a sign that I'm... I'm still alive.
I got some scars, but I'm still alive.
In spite of calamity,
He still has a plan for me
And it's working for my good
And it's building my testimony.


Verse 2:
So glad I made it, I made it through
In spite of the storm and rain,
Heartache and pain,
I'm still alive declaring:
I made it through; I didn't lose.
Experienced loss at a major cost,
But I never lost faith in you.
(2x)


Bridge:
I'm so glad I made it, so glad I made it
I made it through, I made it through...

So glad I made it, so glad I made it
I made it through, I made it through...
Oh, so glad I made it, so glad I made it
I made it through, I made it through...
[Repeat as needed; worship leader ad lib]


So if you see me cry
It's just a sign that I'm... I'm still alive.
I got some scars, but I'm still alive.
In spite of calamity,
He still has a plan for me...
It's working for my good.


So glad I made it, so glad I made it
He brought me through, He brought me through
[Repeat several times]

So glad I made it, so glad I made it
I didn't lose... I didn't lose.
[Repeat several times]


Ending:
So if you see me cry
It's just a sign that I'm... I'm still alive.
I got some scars, but I'm still alive.
In spite of calamity,
He still has a plan for me...
And it's working for my good.
Oh yes... it's working for my good.
Sometimes I don't understand it
It's working for my good.


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