The Earth is the Lord's and everything in it, the world and all who live in it,
for He founded it upon the seas and established it upon the waters.
Everything in this world has meaning, all life designed with a specific cause,
Order flows about in wait for the second coming of the son of God.
All with life believe in your hearts that the Lord our King has risen,
let everything that has breath come Praise his holy name.

And I heard the voice of the Lord,
Calling me to take up arms,
He said the time is at hand this is my Master's plan to not bring peace but a sword.

Brothers and sisters,
we must make war,
for how selfish are we if there is a disease but we don't share the cure.

Do not fret because of evil men,
or be envious of those who do wrong,

For like the grass they will soon wither,
like green plants they will soon die away.

sing to the Lord your God, Sing to the Lord your God,
sing to the Lord your God, Sing to the Lord your God,
Sing to the Lord ye saints, Praise His holy name,
Praise His holy name for His anger lasts but a moment,
but His favor lasts a life time,
Weeping, may remain for a night but rejoiceing comes in the morning.

Oh how I love you, Oh how I long for you.

I long for you,
Fall on my knees, take everything,
upon my knees, give life to me,

And He has written us a guidline, the way to everlasting life,
He has come to bring us life, more abundantly,
so let us not take for granted what youve done for us,
the prophecy, you've paid the ultimate cost.

And He shall come riding on donkey's back, and those who went ahead, and those who followed shouted Hosana, and all the world shall proclaim Hosana in the highest, Hosana In The Highest.

Ho-San-A
Hosana in the highest,
Hosana, in the highest,
Hosana.


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