The Remarkable Creativity in the Body of Christ – This Will Bless You

The following video was taken at a Body Life conference last month. One of the churches wrote the lyrics and performed this song.

WARNING: If you dare to watch it, this tune can stay in your head for days!

You can read the lyrics below the video. They contain echoes of From Eternity to Here.

You may need to turn the volume up in the beginning.

Bride: I heard there was a secret chord, that David played and it pleased you Lord. The Mystery of the Ages hidden in ya.

It goes like this: the birth, the gift, the minor fall, the major lift. The Risen King commanding Hallelujah.

CHORUS

Lord: I knew you e’re Creation’s Song. In the garden we walked along. My presence and my kinship offered to ya.

But you took a bite from a different tree. Another life that’s not from me, and from your lips it stripped my hallelujah.

SILENT CHORUS

Bride: Jesus, I’ve been here before. I know this room and I’ve walked this floor. I used to live alone before I knew ya.

Now I’ve seen your death on the wooden arch. Love is not a victory march. It’s a cold and it’s a broken Hallelujah.

CHORUS

Lord: I came to earth, I gave my life, for you to be my Eternal Wife. I tell the truth, I died to never lose ya.

And now I live and move in you, the Holy Dove is moving through, and every breath you draw is hallelujah.

CHORUS

Bride: And now we live so all can know what’s really going on below. Your sacrifice restoring all things to ya.

Together with a heavenly throng we’ll stand before The Lord of Song with nothing on our tongue but Hallelujah.

CHORUS

Other New Songs

You Are Amazing (Just the Way You Are)

He Has Anointed Us – New Song & Amazing Recording

In Christ – New Song & Amazing Recordings

In Praise of New Songs

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Comments

  1. Ryan says

    This is way better than the original. It’s amazing how something so beautiful can turn a bummer of a day around. Thanks for posting this.

  2. Barbara von Pfeil says

    The anointing/presence of the Lord was transferred and I was led to worship with tears of longing and adoration for my Groom! Thank you and blessings!

  3. says

    Yes, yes — creativity from within a local body is compelling and impelling. Working with a dynamic youth group in Delaware in the late 90s, I had a similar experience — 3-4 viable songs written in one weekend (lyrics by teens with devoted, focused hearts).

  4. Pedro Cohen says

    Goosebumps, chills and tears all around. God bless you guys and knit you together and be one as He desires. Please post more :)

  5. Bill Otis says

    Sisters and brothers, I want you to know that I’ve listened to this song twice and cried both times.
    Hallelujah Jesus!

  6. Ana Whitlow says

    hallelujah and all glory to God! Thank you brother for sharing this blessing! Father God is so amazing!

    • Vinny says

      Ya David these organic expressions of Christ have music that represents where they are in Him, much like the great music from Rose Creek Village! Which still can make me cry.

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