Maranatha

Written by: Elias Dummer, Eric Fusilier, Josh Vanderlaan, Aaron Powell, Benji Cowart, Matt Armstrong

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Original Key: C


Verse 1:
C                   G
Breathe, breathe it in.
          Am           F
Feel your heart beat again.
        C/E         G          F
Here we are, here I stand with You.
     C         G
To begin to be whole,
     Am          F
to belong, to be known
     C/E         G    F
to believe, we become new.
The promise of a kingdom come,
    G
the power of sin by Christ undone for...
Chorus:
C          G         Am        F
Christ has come, and Christ is coming.
C/E      G         Am    F   G
Rise and sing, Maranatha!
C         G        Am      F
Rise all rise, the King is coming.
C/E   G         Am     F    G   C
So we sing: Maranatha, kingdom come!
Verse 3:
C            G
Rise, take a hand.
          Am           F
Leave our lines in the sand.
    C/E      G     F
Undivided we stand tall.
       C          G
For we sinners, a place
           Am       F
round this table of saints:
          C/E            G         F
bread and wine, signs of grace for all.
The promise of a kingdom come,
    G
the power of sin by Christ undone for...
Mid section:
        C
For the trenches we make of city streets,
(Maranatha.)
for the dark and the light at war in me,
(Maranatha.)
for the heavy of heart and the hanging on,
(Maranatha.)
for the widowed wife and the orphaned one,
(Maranatha.)
for the world He so loved, He gave the Son.
(Maranatha.)

Breathe
Breathe it in
Feel your heart beat again
Here we are, here I stand with you
To begin to be whole,
To belong, to be known
To believe, we become new

The promise of a kingdom come
The pow’r of sin by Christ undone for

Christ has come and Christ is coming
Rise and sing - Maranatha!
Rise all rise, the King is coming
So we sing: Maranatha, Kingdom Come!

Rise, take a hand
Leave our lines in the sand
Undivided we stand tall
For we sinners, a place
Round this table of saints
Bread and wine, signs of grace for all

For the trenches we make of city streets
For the dark & the light at war in me
For the heavy of heart and the hanging on
For the widowed wife and the orphaned one
For the world He so loved, He gave the Son


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