The Mystery Of Faith

Written by: Glenn Packiam, Jennie Lee Riddle

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Original Key: G

Tempo: 164.00


Verse 1:
G                       Em7
    Your body was given for all the broken of the world,
D                                   C  C(#4)  C  Am/C
    Now by Your wounds we are made whole.
G                                 Em7
    Your blood was spilled for us, this is the hope of guilty souls,
D                                    C  C(#4)  C  Am/C
    Now from Your hands forgiveness flows.
    Chorus:
    Em               D/F♯               G               C
    Christ has died, Christ is risen, Christ will come again.
                 Em        D                 Cmaj9
    This is the mystery of faith that we proclaim.
Verse 2:
G                             Em7
    Your Spirit now fills us, with You we've come from death to life,
D                               C   C(#4)  C  Am/C
    We are Your body, One in Christ.
G                            Em7
    We wait for Your coming, the hope of glory will descend,
D                                          C  C(#4)  C  Am/C
    And bring a Kingdom without end, we proclaim.
Mid Section:
        C            C(#4)
Let it rise! Let it rise!
C        Am/C
With one voice we're singing:
D          G         C                D
Alleluia! Alleluia! Thanks be to our God. [Repeat as required]

Your body was given
For all the broken of the world
Now by Your wounds we are made whole

Your blood was spilled for us
This is the hope of guilty souls
Now from Your hands forgiveness flows
   
Christ has died
Christ is risen
Christ will come again
This is the mystery
of faith that we proclaim

Your Spirit now fills us
With You, we've come from death to life
We are Your Body, one in Christ

We wait for Your coming
The Hope of Glory will descend
And bring a Kingdom without end

Alleluia, Alleluia
Thanks be to our God


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