I'm Convinced by The Church Will Sing


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I'm Convinced
by The Church Will Sing

Album: Volume 1 - Live


Verse 1
We all have sinned, we all have fallen
We have no good to call our own
We traded truth for what we wanted
Now we wear the chains we chose

Pre-Chorus
You saw our slavery
While we were enemies
You came down and showed us mercy

Chorus
Now I'm convinced neither life nor death
Past or present, height or depth
Or any power on earth can separate
His love from me

Verse 2
The Father gave so much to save us
He sent His one and only son
Our death, our shame, was put on Jesus
His life was given up for us

Pre-Chorus
Now all who call on Him
You will not be condemned
Because the work of God is finished
We are the rightful heirs
We're more than conquerors
Because the cross has said, "It is finished"

Chorus
I'm convinced neither life nor death
Past or present, height or depth
Or any power on earth can separate
His love from me
I'm convinced neither life nor death
Past or present, height or depth
Or any power on earth can separate
His love from me
His love from me

Bridge
My sin, oh the bliss, of this glorious thought
Praise the Lord, oh my soul, it is nailed to cross
My sin, oh the bliss, of this glorious thought
Praise the Lord, oh my soul, it is nailed to cross, oh

Chorus
I'm convinced neither life nor death
Past or present, height or depth
Or any power on earth can separate
His love-
Now I'm convinced neither life nor death
Past or present, height or depth
Or any power on earth can separate
His love
Now I'm convinced neither life nor death
Past or present, height or depth
Or any power on earth can separate
His love (From me)
I'm convinced neither life nor death
Past or present, height or depth
Or any power on earth can separate
His love from me
His love from me
Oh His love from me


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