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Worth It All

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Written by Tim and Emily Miller & Family

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“But man, despite his riches, does not endure…but God will redeem my life from the grave…” (Psalm 49:12, 15)

Worth It All is part of the Worth It All album.

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Worth It All

LYRICS

Verse 1

No king is saved, by the size of his army

No warrior escapes by his own strength

A horse trained for battle may be strong, but he cannot save

The rich with all his gold and silver still can’t buy himself out of the grave

Chorus

But your blood has power to save

There’s hope in the truth of your namecross

With groanings, we eagerly wait for Your coming

Our flesh will be renewed, on the Day when we welcome You

Our redemption complete, we will fall at Your feet

And say it was worth it all

Verse 2

The night is almost over, the day is almost here

The hour of our Master’s coming, with every breath ever drawing near

So we watch for You Messiah, by your grace we won’t give up

Yoked to You, we’ll take up our cross, by Your Spirit’s power we’ll drink Your cup

Chorus Repeat

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So the kings can have their horses

And the rich can have their money

Cause Messiah’s passion is the road I want

It’s the death before the glory

Bass: Mark Selby
Drums: Nick Selby
Electric Guitar: Josh Redford, Tim Miller
Acoustic Guitar: Tim Miller
Keyboard: Caleb Lindsey
Vocals: Tim Miller
Engineered, mixed, and mastered by Caleb Lindsey

Tim Miller Tim Miller (124 Posts)

Tim is founder of the Daniel Training Network. His passion is to see followers of Christ embrace a life of the cross. He, his wife Emily, and their four children itinerate regularly as part of their ministry, and are presently living in New Mexico.


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