What A Faithful God
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[CAPO 2]

A       D                E7        A
Lord, I come before Your throne of grace
D            A
I find rest in Your presence,
Bm          E7
And fullness of Joy
A           D
In worship and wonder,
E7        A
I behold Your face
Bm              E7       A
Singing what a faithful God have I

A               Bm       E7
What a faithful God have I
A
What a faithful God
Bm       E7
What a faithful God have I
D           A  E7 A
Faithful in every way

A       D                E7        A
Lord of mercy, You have heard my cry
D            A
Through the storm You’re the beacon
Bm          E7
My song in the night
A           D
In the shelter of Your wings
E7        A
Hear my hearts reply,
Bm              E7       A
Singing what a faithful God have I

A       D                E7        A
Lord, all sovereign
D            A
Granting peace from heaven
Bm          E7
Let me comfort those who suffer
A           D
With the comfort You have given
E7        A
I will tell of Your great love
Bm          E7       A
For as long as I live

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