"The Lion and the Lamb" as written by Anne Barbour and William R. Batstone....
Who is he?
Who's the mightiest of all?
Who is he?
Creation trembles at his call.
Who is he?
The lowly sacrifice.
Who paid a victim's price,
His name is Jesus.

Jesus, from the father's own right hand.
Jesus, son of God and son of man.
Jesus, who died and rose again.
Jesus, he's the lion and the lamb.

Who is he?
With the power none can tame.
Who is he?
That every foe would fear his name.
Who is he?
Who was humbly led away,
to suffer that dark day?
His name is Jesus.

He's the lion and the lamb.

He's the lamb that was slain.
He's the lion that reigns.
My savior and king, both the same.

Who is he?
With the eyes that burn like fire.
Who is he?
Oh, the wonder he inspires.
Who is he?
Who bore the guilt and shame
for those who'd gone astray?
His name is Jesus.


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"The Lion and the Lamb" as written by William R. Batstone Anne Barbour

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