Lord of all creation
Of the water, earth and sky
The Heavens are Your Tabernacle
Glory to the Lord on high

God of wonders, beyond our galaxy
You are holy, holy
The universe declares Your majesty
You are holy, holy

Lord of Heaven and Earth
Lord of Heaven and Earth

So Early in the morning
I will celebrate the light
And as I stumble into darkness (I will call Your name by night)
I will call Your name by night

God of wonders, beyond our galaxy
You are holy, holy
The universe declares Your majesty
You are holy, holy

Lord of Heaven and Earth (Lord of Heaven and Earth)
Lord of Heaven and Earth (Lord of Heaven and Earth)

Hallelujah to the Lord of Heaven and earth
Hallelujah to the Lord of Heaven and earth
Hallelujah to the Lord of Heaven and earth

Sing God of wonders

God of wonders, beyond our galaxy
You are holy, holy
The pressure's low, reveal your heart to me
Father holy, holy (Oh God almighty)
The universe declares Your majesty (You are holy)
You are holy, holy (yes You are)
holy, holy, holy, holy

Hallelujah to the Lord of Heaven and earth
Hallelujah to the Lord of Heaven and earth
Hallelujah to the Lord of Heaven and earth
Hallelujah to the Lord of Heaven and earth
Hallelujah to the Lord of Heaven and earth
Hallelujah to the Lord of Heaven and earth


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God of Wonders Lyrics as written by Steve Hindalong Marc Byrd

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    Caedmon's Call wrote this song....not third day

    annieann224on September 22, 2002   Link
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    One of my favourite worship songs ever! Third Day do it well

    clairpatraon March 07, 2005   Link
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    Just because Third Day sings it, doesn't mean they wrote it. Sheesh! It's a classic worship song, EVERYBODY sings it.

    glorysongon May 08, 2005   Link
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    thats true, there are HEAPS of versions of this song sung by many different ppl, Rebecca St James, Third Day and Lincoln Brewster just to rattle some off the top of my head, either way great song and its ok to make mistakes :)

    clairpatraon July 22, 2005   Link
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    This is the first song I heard by Third Day... I went out and bought the CD with this on it and went to the concert they were having near where I live the month after! I am so hooked on them... they are now my favorite Christian rock/gospel band, and this is my second favorite song of theirs after "Carry my Cross" on their newest album, "Wherever You Are".

    gonefishing4Himon February 14, 2006   Link
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    who cares who wrote it or who sings it. the message of the song should be more important. God is just amazing. He's beyond any wonders we've seen on Earth. He CREATED everything! The universe and all things in it. And this song just shows how in awe we as Christians are, or should be, of him.

    electriicon October 05, 2006   Link

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