"Take Up Your Cross" as written by Una Morgan, Peter Morgan, Roy Morgan, Nakhamyah Morgan and Memmalatel Morgan/ Dean Frazer....
I've seen the Son of Man, you know He's going there
With a voice much louder than the rolling thunder
And His presence causing the earth to tremble, yeah
Standing in His glory commanding all mankind be still
He said, ?Hear My voice and do My will?

?Take up your cross and walk with Me?
So said this Man from Galilee

He said, ?I'll be there, so have no fear?
He said, ?I'll be there, so have no fear, oh, yes?
Said, He gave up His life so we can be saved
And live In the Father's everlasting light as it is

?Take up your cross and walk with Me?
(With Me)
So said this Man from Galilee

His voice was heard over valleys and mountains
(And mountains)
Saying, ?I'll be there, so have no fear?
He said, ?I'll be there, so have no fear?
Standing in His glory commanding all mankind be still
He said, ?Hear My voice and do My will?

?Take up your cross and walk with Me?
So said this Man from Galilee
I saw His light from over yonder
He humbled me within, oh, He humbled me within

See the Son of Man
With a voice much louder than the rolling thunder
(Rolling, rolling)
And His presence causing the earth to tremble, yeah
Standing in His glory commanding all mankind be still
(Be still)
Hear His voice and do His will

?Take up your cross and walk with Me?
So said this Man from Galilee
(Galilee)
?So take up your cross and walk with Me?
(Take up your cross)
So said this Man from Galilee
(Ooh, yeah)

?So take up your cross and walk with Me?
(Take up your cross, come walk with Me)
So said this Man from Galilee
(Come talk with me, everybody sing it)
Take up your cross



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"Take Up Your Cross" as written by Denroy Morgan Dean Ivanhoe Fraser

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