On the corner of Fifth Street,
The homeless man needs to eat
On the edge of town

Lost his family long ago
Nobody even knows
They all just pass him by

But love is on the move,
Revealing heaven's truth!
Love is on it's way and it will find him

In a high rise building,
The rich man has everything
But the letter has reached his sin

Hasn't talked to his kids on weeks,
He and his wife don't even speak
Nobody even knows

But love is on the move
Revealing heaven's truth
Love is on it's way and it will find him

Anyone can run
Into the arms of God
Love is on it's way and it will find you

And all the world cries for healing
The deepest longing for the love of God
And oh! The greatest mystery,

Love has come to save us

In the little quiet town
The Hope of the world was found
Under the night sky

He died and rose again
The Sacrifice that conquered sin
And now are his feet, his hands

Love is on the move
Revealing Heavens truth
Love is on it's way and it will find you

And anyone can run
Into the arms of God
Love is on it's way and it will find you

Oh anyone can run
Into the arms of God
Love is on it's way and it will find you

It will find you!
It will find you!

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