Praises

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'After Jesus said this, He looked toward Heaven and prayed: 
“Father, the hour has come. Glorify your Son, that Your Son may glorify You. 
For You granted Him authority over all people that 
He might give eternal life to all those you have given Him. '

John 17:1-2
Tower Bridge – Canary Wharf in the distance
In the heart of Love 
Today we see the glory that brings 
All glory to the Father and the Son 

Glory to the Father
Glory to the Son 
For it is in the Lord we have a celebration 

A sacrifice of Praise to the Father 
A Father that searches and knows 
A Great Father of Justice and Love
A Father that will protect His children 
Even when things do go wrong 
The Lord leads the way

The Lord is our Rock 
and our Fortress and our deliver
The Lord our God 
Is our shield 

The Lord is our salvation 
My strength and my refuge

Jesus of Nazareth
Jesus the King of Kings 
Jesus the Messiah 

Jesus the one my heart seeks 
Jesus the One that chooses 

I will call on the Name of Jesus 
Who is worthy to be praised

When the waves of death surround me 
The air I breathe made me afraid 
The sorrows of men surround me 
The snares of death confronts me 

In my distress I call upon the Name of the Lord 
And He answered me
He heard my voice from His temple
He is the Lord of Host 
He is the Savior of the world 

Father the hour is here 
Father let Your Name be glorify 
Father let the Name of Jesus be glorified 

The Lord LIVES!

© Hannah Michaela Vandi

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Southwark Park, London

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