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Be Enthroned – Worship Wednesday

Hi all,

I know - I've been missing from the Blog-o-sphere and I will be back.

For now - won't you worship King Jesus with me?

Be Enthroned

Verse 1
We’ve come to join the song
Sung long before our lives
To raise our voice along
Heaven and Earth alike

We’ve seen Your faithful hand
Your mercy without end
A king who bled and died
A God who sacrificed

Chorus
Be enthroned upon the praises of a thousand generations
You are worthy Lord of all
Unto You the slain and risen King we lift our voice with Heaven
Singing worthy Lord of all

Verse 2
All through this life we lead
And on to eternity
Our endless praise will cry
Jesus be glorified
Jesus be glorified

Bridge
Highest praises Lord of all
Highest praises Lord of all
(repeat)
(play this line when going back into the chorus)
Highest praises You are worthy Lord of all

Chorus (Alternate Chords)
Be enthroned upon the praises of a thousand generations
You are worthy Lord of all
Unto You the slain and risen King we lift our voice with Heaven
Singing worthy Lord of all

Thanks to Bethel Music for the lyrics! You can get the chords there too!.

Have a great Wednesday.

See you again

Ben

4 thoughts on “Be Enthroned – Worship Wednesday

  1. Heidi Viars

    Amen and Amen, every word of that song is truth. It felt like I was a little closer to Heaven when listening 🙂 Thanks, Ben for this beautiful reminder. Hope you are well, brother!

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  2. Felecia Clarke

    I adore Jeremy Riddle. From the first moment I sang his song "Sweetly Broken" in the Gilbert Vineyard Church (CO), I've been enamoured with his gifting of bringing Heaven and God down to meet the rest of us mere mortals.
    Nice choice, Ben.

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    1. Ben

      Thanks Felecia. I have been in a couple worship services where he was leading and his ability to sense the movement of the Spirit and follow Him rather than stick to his "set" has impressed me every time. The result has been a striking depth of the Spirit's reach into my heart - sometimes to convict, sometimes to encourage, always to awaken something in me.

      Thanks for stopping in and sharing.

      Ben

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