"Through Your Name" as written by and Joey/hill Kibble....
[Verse One:]
Helpless, not really much that I can do.
Hopeless, needing something to pull me through.
Clueless, and the answer's not in view.
Careless, should've known that it all begins with you.

[Chorus:]
Through your name, I can do all things
Through your love, it strengthens me
Through your name, I can do all things through your name.

[Verse Two:]
Fighting, somehow the impossibilities.
Feeling, feeling the joy of victory
So now I'm not afraid not ashamed to praise your name.
Now I'm knowing that you're going to make a way for me.
Blind men start seeing,
Lame men start running,
Deaf men start hearing,
at the sound of your name LORD.
Even through his power, strongholds are broken. Power is spoken when we speak through your name.

[Repeat Chorus x2]
Nothing's impossible to me, all things are possible you see. And if there's nothing I can't be, through your name, through your name I can do it!
There is healing through your name.
Lame men are walking through your name.
Deaf men are hearing through your name.
I can do it through your name!

(Repeat)

Worthy, worthy, worthy without a doubt. Halleiluah!!!!
Blind men who couldn't see started seeing. Lame men who couldn't run started running. Deaf men who couldn't hear started hearing.
There is healing through your name.
Lame men are walking through your name.
Deaf men are hearing through your name.
I can do it through your name!
Worthy, worthy, worthy without a doubt. Halleiluah!!!!
Blind men who couldn't see started seeing. Lame men who couldn't run started running. Deaf men who couldn't hear started hearing.


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"Through Your Name" as written by Joey Kibble Hallerin H. Hill

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., CONEXION MEDIA GROUP, INC.

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