Give us this day all that you showed me
The faith and the glory till my kingdom comes...
Give us this day all that you showed me
The power and the glory till my kingdom comes
Give me all the stories you told me
The faith and the glory till my kingdom comes

And they say that in our time
All that's good will fall from grace
Even saints would turn their face
In our time

And they told us that in our days
Different word said in different ways
Have other meanings from he who says
In our time

Give us this day all that you showed me
The power and the glory till my kingdom comes
Give me all the stories you told me
The faith and the glory till my kingdom comes

And they say that in our time
We would reap from their legacy
And we would learn from what they had seen
In our time

And they told us that in our days
We would know what was high on high
We would follow and not defy
In our time

Give us this day all that you showed me
The power and the glory till my kingdom comes
Faithless in faith. we must behold the things we see
Give us this day all that you showed me
The power and the glory till my kingdom comes
Give me all the stories you told me
The faith and the glory till my kingdom comes
Give us this day all that you showed me
The power and the glory till my kingdom comes
Give me all the stories you told me
The faith and the glory till my kingdom comes
Till my kingdom comes
Till the kingdom come!


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Hymn Lyrics as written by Warren Reginald Cann Christopher Thomas Allen

Lyrics © Wixen Music Publishing, BMG Rights Management, Universal Music Publishing Group, Royalty Network, Downtown Music Publishing, Cloud9, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.

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