My Hope Is Built On Nothing Less (My Hope)

Written by: Robert Marvin, Edward Mote, Matt Redman, Tim Wanstall

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Verse 1:
Gm            Dm7/G    Gm           B♭
   My hope is built      on nothing less
Gm             Dm        E♭
   Than Jesus' blood and righteousness.
Gm             Dm7/G    Gm             B♭
   I dare not trust       the sweetest frame,
Gm            Dm      E♭         D   D7
   But wholly live on Jesus' name.
Chorus:
Csus2                        Bm
   When the mountains are falling,
                     Em
When the waters are rising,
G                     D
I shall be safe in You.
Csus2                           Bm
        Though the nations are quaking,
                   Em
Every kingdom be shaken;
Gm                      Dsus4    D
Still I will rest in You.    (In You.)
[1.] to Verse 2
[2.] Repeat Chorus
[3.] to Ending
Verse 2:
Gm               Dm7/G    Gm             B♭
   When darkness seems      to hide Your face,
Gm           Dm     E♭
   I rest on Your unchanging grace.
Gm          Dm7/G    Gm           B♭
   In every high       and stormy gale,
Gm           Dm        E♭           D   D7
   My anchor holds within the veil.    [to Chorus]
Ending:
 Gm  Dm7/G  Gm Bb Gm Dm/F  Eb/ D D7

MY HOPE IS BUILT
On nothing less
Than Jesus' blood and righteousness
I dare not trust
The sweetest frame
But wholly lean
On Jesus' Name

When the mountains are falling
When the waters are rising
I shall be safe in You
Though the nations are quaking
Every kingdom be shaken
Still I will rest in You

When darkness seems
To hide Your face
I rest on Your
Unchanging grace
In every high
And stormy gale
My anchor holds
Within the veil

Verse words: Edward Mote (1797 – 1874)
Music & Chorus: Tim Wanstall & Matt Redman


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