Majesty Of The Most High

Written by: Matt Redman, Jonas Myrin, Chris Tomlin

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Original Key: C


Verse 1:
G   Em7   C   Am7    G
                Em7                C
I will wait for You in the morning light;
    Am7                             G
My song will rise to give You glory.
                Em7                C
Draw me near to You, captivate my heart,
    Am7
And open up my eyes to see  Your...
    Chorus:
    G       Em7
    Majesty.
    C                                        Am7
    Fill my heart with Your pure light 

I will wait for You
In the morning light
My song will rise to give You glory.
Draw me near to You
Captivate my heart
And open up my eyes to see Your…

Majesty
Fill my heart with Your pure light –
The majesty of the Most High
I’m overwhelmed by Your holiness
The wonder of amazing grace
I bow beneath
The majesty of the Most High God

I cast all my cares
Down at Your feet
You meet me here with tender mercy
And everything You are
Is everything I need
I lift my hands, surrender to Your…

Those they look to You
Are radiant
How they shine, how they shine
Just one glimpse of You
And we will be changed
How You shine, how You shine


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