13038. What Shall We Say?

1 What shall we say? If God indeed is for us,
Who then can ever come against our souls?
God did not spare His only Son, our Savior,
But gave Him up that we might be made whole.
How will He not, along with Christ our Lord,
Give us all things by His free grace?
God will indeed, along with Christ our Lord,
Give us all things by His free grace.

2 Now who will bring a charge against God’s chosen?
God is the One who justifies each man.
Who can condemn? Christ Jesus died for sinners,
Was raised to life, and sits at God’s right hand.
From there He always intercedes for us;
None can condemn—we’re justified.
He intercedes and brings our case to God;
None can condemn—we’re justified.

3 Who then shall cleave us from the love of Jesus?
We who face death like sheep within their pen.
Shall trouble, hardship, persecution, hunger?
Shall nakedness or danger or armed men?
No, in all things we’re more than conquerors
Through Him who loved us to the death.
In all these things, we’re more than conquerors
Through Him who loved us to the death.

4 I am convinced there’s naught in all creation
Can come between us and God’s love so vast.
Not death nor life, angels nor demon powers,
Things present now, nor what is yet to pass.
Nothing can separate us from God’s love
That comes to us through Christ our Lord!
Nothing can separate us from God’s love
That comes to us through Christ our Lord!

Text Information
First Line: What shall we say? If God indeed is for us
Title: What Shall We Say?
Author: Susan H. Peterson (1998)
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain
Tune Information
Name: O STORE GUD
Key: B♭ Major
Source: Swedish Folk Tune
Copyright: Public Domain



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