Sunday Song — Praise the Father, Praise the Son

We’ve done this song once before but I think I’ll increase it’s rotation so we get to know it better. Like most songs he writes, Chris Tomlin’s key is high for congregational singing (the above recording is in the key of F), so here’s a recording in a more singable key (I think this one is in D; we’ll be singing it in C):

But whatever key it’s in, the words are beautiful and worth singing.

O sov’reign God, O matchless King,
The saints adore, the angels sing
And fall before the throne of grace;
To You belongs the highest praise.

These sufferings, this passing tide,
Under Your wings, I will abide,
And ev’ry enemy shall flee;
You are my hope and victory

Praise the Father, praise the Son,
Praise the Spirit, Three in One.
Clothed in power and in grace,
The name above all other names.

To the valley for my soul,
Thy great descent has made me whole.
Your Word my heart has welcomed home,
Now peace like water ever flows.

Praise the Father, praise the Son,
Praise the Spirit, Three in One.
Clothed in power and in grace,
The name above all other names.

Words & Music by Chris Tomlin & Ed Cash
© 2008 worshiptogether.com Songs

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