O Sacred King

Written by: Matt Redman

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Original Key: G


Verse 1:
G           C
  O sacred King,
G         C
  O holy King,
Am7       Am/G       D/F♯
How can I honour You rightly,
Am           Am/G           D/F♯
Honor that's right for Your name?
G           C
  O sacred Friend,
G          C
  O holy Friend,
Am7          Am/G         D/F♯
I don't take what You did lightly,
Am7           Am/G        D/F♯
Friendship instead of disgrace.
Chorus:
D               G
  For it's the mystery of the universe,
Am
You're the God of holiness,
G/B                        C
Yet You welcome souls like me.
C/D              G
  And with the blessing of Your Father's heart,
    Am
You discipline the ones You love,
        G/B                    C
There's kindness in Your majesty.
      Am             Am/G       D/F♯
Jesus those who recognise your power
     Am       Am/G          D/F♯
Know just how wonderful You are,
     D         G
That You draw near.

O SACRED KING, O holy King,
How can I honor You rightly,
Honor that's right for Your name?
O sacred Friend, O holy Friend,
I don't take what You give lightly,
Friendship instead of disgrace.

For it's the mystery of the universe,
You're the God of holiness,
Yet You welcome souls like me.
And with the blessing of Your Father's heart,
You diskipline the ones You love,
There's kindness in Your majesty.
Jesus, those who recognize Your power,
Know just how wonderful You are,
That You draw near.

Matt Redman


Copyright © 1999 Thankyou Music


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