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DownLoad a Free Song from Hillsong


Do want to be captivated again by the wonder of Easter? You can start today by downloading and singing along to a new Easter Single.

The song is written by Marty Sampson and it “tells a timeless story” If you want to remember anew or reflect on old gospel themes in a different way, than “O praise Him” will help you captivate the wonder of the Easter story.

It’s the story of the Cross
It’s the story of His resurrection
It’s the story of His Love

In my estimation – the greatest love story ever told.

Download it here for free…
http://hillsong.com/worship

OR
Listen to it below

Lyrics:

I cast my mind to Calvary
Where Jesus bled and died for me
I see His wounds, His hands His feet
My Saviour on that cursed tree

His body bound and drenched in tears
They laid Him down in Joseph’s tomb
The entrance sealed by heavy stone
Messiah still and all alone

Then on the third at break of dawn
The Son of Heaven rose again
O trampled death, where is your sting?
The angels roar for Christ the King

O praise the Name of the Lord our God
O praise His Name forevermore
For endless days we will sing Your praise
Oh Lord, Oh Lord Our God

He shall return in robes of white
The blazing sun shall pierce the night
And I will rise among the saints
My gaze transfixed on Jesus’ face

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