"Grace" as written by Mark Hudson, Greg Wells, Dan Haseltine, Matt Odmark, Charlie Lowell and Stephen Daniel Mason....
God I admit I haven't changed
Playing card houses still covering my landscape
I never expected You to stay
When I'm grabbing for these crumbs and cold loose change

I feel Your grace come running over every road
I love the way You're calling overflow
I feel Your grace come running over every road
You break the floodgates down and carry all

God I admit that I've loved these chains
And crawling around this cage sometimes has its advantages
I know someday this could get old
And I'll need Your healing water to find my home


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"Grace" as written by Greg Wells Mark Hudson

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    General CommentSecond line of the chorus should be "I love the way Your calling overflows".

    This one's fairly simple - it's a description of what God's grace means and how it pursues us despite how we are in love with the prison cells we've put ourselves in due to our own sins. Grace is more powerful than our tendency to reject it and try to earn our own salvation.
    murlough23on November 15, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThat is a pretty good description murlough
    kaggal12on November 15, 2007   Link

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