"Great Is the Lord" as written by and Doug Mckelvey Tim Neufeld....
If all I've done at last should come to nothing
And all I love like sand be washed away
Still I will sing of Your unfailing glory
On bended knee, I'll lift my voice and say

Great is the Lord, great is Your name
Till my last breath, I will proclaim
Great is the Lord, great is Your name
I give my life to sing Your praise
Great is the Lord

If You should speak or should remain in silence
Should give me light or lead me through the dark
Whatever cost, whatever joy or sorrow
I'll worship still because of who You are

Great is the Lord, great is Your name
Till my last breath, I will proclaim
Great is the Lord, great is Your name
I give my life to sing Your praise
Great is the Lord

When death becomes, the end of all my labors
And Christ alone, my rest and my reward
May all I've done be one enduring echo
(May all I've done be one enduring echo)
Resounding on to shout, great is the Lord
(Great is the Lord)

Great is the Lord, great is Your name
Till my last breath, I will proclaim
Great is the Lord, great is Your name
I give my life to sing Your praise
Great is the Lord

Great is the Lord, great is the Lord
Great is the Lord



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"Great Is the Lord" as written by Ed Cash Douglas Kaine Mckelvey

Lyrics © CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP, MUSIC SERVICES, INC.

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