"The Stand" as written by Natalie Stewart, Salem Brown and Nolan Dion Weekes....
You stood before creation
Eternity within Your hands
You spoke all life into motion
My soul now to stand

You stood before my failure
And carried the cross for my shame
My sin weighed upon Your shoulders
My soul now to stand

So what can I say
And what could I do
But offer this heart O God
Completely to You

So I'll walk upon salvation
Your Spirit alive in me
This life to declare Your promise
My soul now to stand

So what can I say
And what could I do
But offer this heart O God
Completely to You

So what can I say
And what could I do
But offer this heart O God
Completely to You

So I'll stand
With arms high and heart abandoned
In awe of the One who gave it all
I'll stand
My soul Lord to You surrendered
All I am is Yours


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"The Stand" as written by Joel Houston

Lyrics © CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP

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    General CommentSuperb song.
    "So I'll stand, with arms high and heart abandoned
    In awe of the One who gave it all
    So I'll stand, my soul, Lord, to You surrendered
    All I am is Yours
    [Repeat 4 times]"

    They repeat about 20 times when it's played live. It's that powerful. Everyone gets into it.
    Absolute Blisson October 28, 2008   Link
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    General CommentMy church and youth group sings this. I love it.
    unggoyon April 30, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI never realized that this song was called "The Stand". I am absolutely in love with this song and band. My church band sings this, and the student ministry sings it too.
    "So I'll stand, with arms high and heart abandoned
    In awe of the One who gave it all
    So I'll stand, my soul, Lord, to You surrendered
    All I am is Yours" Gives me the chills every time<3
    rooroo809on November 25, 2011   Link

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