Matthew Buck


Jesus Christ Savior King


You're in my heart, you saved my soul,
To you my life, I give control.
You lift me up when I am down,
At your feet I cast my crown.
You're my Rock when I am weak,
The Good Shepard, mild and meek.

Jesus Christ Savior King
Jesus Christ my everything
Jesus Christ Messiah Lord
Jesus Christ my life's reward.

You're the Father, Spirit, and the Son
Triune God, the Chosen One.
You fed 5000 bread and fish.
Betrayed by Judas with a kiss.
You gave Your life that we might live,
Teaching us all how to forgive.

Jesus Christ Savior King
Jesus Christ my everything
Jesus Christ Messiah Lord
Jesus Christ my life's reward.

You're the Word that was made flesh,
Dwelt with us until your death,
Bruised and beaten, scorned and scarred,
Sealed, entombed and under guard.
For three day there, your body laid,
Then the stone was rolled a way.

Resurrected it was completed,
The Lamb was slain as needed.
Resurrected it was completed,
Satan has been unseated.
Resurrected it was completed,
Death and sin have been defeated.

Jesus Christ the Risen King
Jesus Christ the reason I sing
Jesus Christ my life restores
Jesus Christ my life is Yours

Submitted: Monday, July 21, 2014

Topic(s): jesus


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