1,000 Names by Sean Curran


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1,000 Names by Sean Curran

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1,000 Names
by Sean Curran

Album: 1,000 Names


I call You "maker"
You give life an eternal spark
I call You "healer"
You can mend any broken heart
I call You "faithful Father"
You finish everything You start
My soul was made
To respond

I know You by a thousand names
And You deserve every single one
You've given me a million ways
To be amazed at what You've done
And I am lost in wonder
At all You do
I know You by a thousand names
And I'll sing them back to you

Your love is boundless
Beyond what I could dream
Your grace is patient
Cause You're never giving up on me
I call You "bondage-breaker"
'Cause You're handing out the prison keys
My soul was made
To be free

I know You by a thousand names
And You deserve every single one
You've given me a million ways
To be amazed at what You've done
And I am lost in wonder
At all You do
I know You by a thousand names
And I'll sing them back, I ll sing them back to you

You are Rock of Ages
You're the Great I Am
You are King forever
The Beginning and the End
You are Lord and servant
You're the Son of Man
You're the Lion of Judah
You're the risen Lamb
You're the second Adam
Here to lead us on
You are Yahweh's glory
Now revealed in flesh and bone
You are ocean-parter
You will make a way
You are death defeater
You have risen from the grave
You are full of mercy
You are rich in love
You are Jesus, Messiah
The One to come

I know You by a thousand names
And You deserve every single one
You've given me so many ways to be amazed
I know You by a thousand names
And You deserve every single one

You've given me a million ways
To be amazed at what You've done

And I am lost in wonder
At all You do
I know You by a thousand names
So I'll sing them back, sing them back, sing them all back to You


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