The King Is Among Us

Written by: Graham Kendrick

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Original Key: E


Verse 1:
    E        A    B    G♯7/B♯
The King is among us,
    C♯m       F♯m7    Am6
His Spirit is here,
                    E   B♯dim  C♯m
Let's draw near and wor  -    ship,
    F♯9               B7    E
Let songs fill the air.
Verse 2:
He looks down upon us,
Delight in His face,
Enjoying His children's love,
Enthralled by our praise.
Verse 3:
For each child is special,
Accepted and loved,
A love gift from Jesus
To His Father above.
Verse 4:
And now He is giving
His gifts to us all,
For no one is worthless
And each one is called.
Verse 5:
The Spirit's anointing
On all flesh comes down,
And we shall be channels
For works like His own.
Verse 6:
We come now believing
Your promise of power,
For we are Your people
And this is Your hour.
Verse 7:
The King is among us,
His Spirit is here,
Let's draw near and worship,
Let songs fill the air. 

THE KING IS AMONG US
His Spirit is here,
Let's draw near and worship,
Let songs fill the air.

He looks down upon us,
Delight in His face,
Enjoying His children's love,
Enthrallled by our praise.

For each child is special,
Accepted and loved,
A love gift from Jesus
To His Father above.

And now He is giving
His gifts to us all,
For no one is worthless
And each one is called.

The Spirit's anointing
On all flesh comes down,
And we shall be channels
For works like His own.

We come now believing
Your promise of power,
For we are Your people
And this is Your hour.

The King is among us,
His Spirit is here,
Let's draw near and worship,
Let songs fill the air.


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