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11. My God, How Wonderful You Are

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1. My God, how wonderful You are,
Your majesty, how bright;
How beautiful Your mercy seat,
In depths of burning light!

2. How wonderful, how beautiful,
The sight of You must be;
Your endless wisdom, boundless pow'r,
And glorious purity!

3. O how I fear You, living God,
With deep and tender fear;
And worship You with trembling hope,
And penitential tears!

4. Yet, I may love You, too, O Lord,
Almighty as You are;
For You have stooped to ask of me
The love of my poor heart!

Text Information
First Line: My God, how wonderful You are
Title: My God, How Wonderful You Are
Author: Frederick W. Faber
Meter: (C.M.)
Language: English
Publication Date: 1991
Tune Information
Composer: Carl G. Glaser
Arranger: Lowell Mason
Meter: (C.M.)
Key: G Major

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