Because I know You live
I'll put my faith in this
That You hear my call
Lord You hear me calling
Because I know You live
I'll set my heart on this
You won't let me fall
When all else is falling

When all You are is glorious Oh God
Victorious and strong
Whom shall I fear
When all You are is powerful and true
And good in all You do
Whom shall I fear
Whom shall I fear

Because You're on my side
I won't believe the lie
That I'm all alone
I'm not all alone here
Because You live in me
My heart will still believe
That You came to save
And You'll come to save me

I know You're with me in the fire
You never leave me in the flame
I know Your thoughts are so much higher
And all Your ways are not my ways

When all You are is glorious Oh God
Victorious and strong
Whom shall I fear
When all You are is powerful and true
And good in all You do
Whom shall I fear
Whom shall I fear

I know You're with me in the fire
You never leave me in the flame
I know Your thoughts are so much higher
And all Your ways are not my ways

When all You are is glorious Oh God
Victorious and strong
Whom shall I fear
When all You are is powerful and true
And good in all You do
Whom shall I fear

You are for me
You came to save me
You will never let me go
In my heart I'll always know
That you are for me
You came to save me
You will never let me go
In my heart I'll always know
That you are for me
(I know that you are for me)
(I know that that you will never forsake me in my weakness)
(I know that You have come now even if to write upon my heart)
(To remind me who You)


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