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My heart is full of admiration

Representative Text

1 My heart is full of admiration
for You, my Lord, my God and King.
Your excellence, my inspiration,
Your words of grace have made my spirit sing.

Refrain:
All the glory, honor and power
belong to You, belong to You.
Jesus, Saviour, anointed One,
I worship You, I worship You.

2 You love what's right and hate what's evil,
therefore Your God sets You on high,
and on Your head pours oil of gladness,
while fragrance fills Your royal palaces. [Refrain]

3 Your throne, O God, will last forever,
justice will be Your royal decree.
In majesty, ride out victorious,
for righteousness, truth and humility. [Refrain]

Source: The Irish Presbyterian Hymbook #183

Author: Graham Kendrick

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Text Information

First Line: My heart is full of admiration
Author: Graham Kendrick
Language: English
Refrain First Line: All the glory, honor and power
Copyright: © 1991 Make Way Music

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The Irish Presbyterian Hymbook #183

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