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Who Is There Like You

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F               Bb    F
Who is there like You
                    Bb                 D
And who else would give their life for me
      Gm               C Csus C
Even suffering in my place

F                 Bb    D
And who could repay You
          Bb              D
All of creation looks to You
             Gm                   C Csus C
And You provide for all You have made

                      F
So I'm lifting up my hands
               Gm
Lifting up my voice
               Am
Lifting up Your name
                   Bb
And in Your grace I rest
          Gm              C
For Your love has come to me
            F- C
And set me free

                          F
And I'm trusting in Your word
                  Gm
Trusting in Your cross
                  Am
Trusting in Your blood
                    Bb
And all Your faithfulness
         Gm               C
For Your power at work in me 
            F Gm Bb C
Is changing me

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