IN HIS NAME/O FOR A THOUSAND TONGUES TO SING

Luke Woodhouse, Nathan Walter, Gavin Perkins

 

Chorus adapted from Charles Wesley, 1739
The prophets saw in ages past, Light in the distant dawn
The King is bound in agony, will rise to life again
And in His name a saving word release from every stain
And in the darkness we have heard, this is God’s only plan
This is God’s only plan

The Son of God now in the flesh, He seeks to save the lost
A King who left His majesty behind to set us free
And in His name a saving word release from every stain
And in the darkness we have heard, this is God’s only plan

* O, for a thousand tongues to sing
My Great Redeemer’s praises!
O, for a thousand tongues to sing
My Great Redeemer’s praises!

His Spirit gives us words to speak, ‘Jesus Christ is Lord’
And as He breaks the hardest heart, He’s worshipped and adored
And in His name a saving word release from every stain
And in the darkness we have heard, this is God’s only plan