Meekness And Majesty

Written by: Graham Kendrick

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Original Key: C

Tempo: 100.00


Verse 1:
C            Am
Meekness and majesty,
Cmaj7       Am7
Manhood and Deity,
C          Am
In perfect harmony,
    D7         G
The Man who is God.
C        C/B♭
Lord of eternity
F           F♯dim7
Dwells in humanity,
Em          Am
Kneels in humility
    F  C/G    G   C
And washes   our feet.
Chorus:
Dm       G
O what a mystery,
E7           Am        F
Meekness and majesty.
F♯dim7       C/G     Am    Dm
Bow down and worship
    G            B♭2     F
For this is your God,
             G            B♭2     F
[Last x  For this is your God,]
G            A♭    Gm7    C     G
This is your God.
Verse 2:
Father's pure radiance,
Perfect in innocence,
Yet learns obedience
To death on a cross.
Suffering to give us life,
Conquering through sacrifice,
And as they crucify
Prays: 'Father forgive.'
Verse 3:
Wisdom unsearchable,
God the invisible,
Love indestructible
In frailty appears.
Lord of infinity,
Stooping so tenderly,
Lifts our humanity
To the heights of His throne. 

Meekness and Majesty,
Manhood and Deity,
In perfect harmony,
The Man who is God.
Lord of eternity
Dwells in humanity,
Kneels in humility
And washes our feet.

O what a mystery,
Meekness and majesty.
Bow down and worship
For this is your God,
This is your God.

Father's pure radiance,
Perfect in innocence,
Yet learns obedience
To death on a cross.
Suffering to give us life,
Conquering through sacrifice,
And as they crucify
Prays: 'Father forgive.'

Wisdom unsearchable,
God the invisible,
Love indestructible
In frailty appears.
Lord of infinity,
Stooping so tenderly,
Lifts our humanity
To the heights of His throne.


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