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At The Cross (Love Ran Red)

Author: Matt Redman

Matt Redman (b. February 14, 1974) began leading worship full-time at age 20, serving churches in Chorleywood, Brighton, West Sussex, and Atlanta, Georgia, where he worked with Chris Tomlin and Louie Giglio for the Passion Conferences. He is known for songs such as “The Heart of Worship,” “Better is One Day,” and “Blessed Be Your Name.” His 2012 song “10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord),” co-written with Jonas Myrin, won two Grammy awards in 2013. Redman has written a number of books, including Mirror Ball and The Unquenchable Worshipper. He and his wife Beth have five children, and are currently based at St. Peters Church in Brighton, England. Laura de Jong Go to person page >

Author: Matt Armstrong

Matt Armstrong is a producer and songwriter for Contemporary Christian music in Nashville. Dianne Shapiro from www.mattarmstrongsongs.com, accessed 3/8/2017 Go to person page >

Author: Jonas Myrin

(no biographical information available about Jonas Myrin.) Go to person page >

Author: Ed Cash

(no biographical information available about Ed Cash.) Go to person page >

Author: Chris Tomlin

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Text Information

First Line: There's a place where mercy reigns and never dies
Title: At The Cross (Love Ran Red)
Author: Matt Redman
Author: Matt Armstrong
Author: Jonas Myrin
Author: Ed Cash
Author: Chris Tomlin
Language: English
Refrain First Line: At the cross, at the cross
Notes: CCLI# 7017786
Copyright: © Countless Wonder Publishing, Fots Music, McKittrick Music, Universal Music - Brentwood Benson Songs, Atlas Mountain Songs,S. D. G. Publishing, Said and Done Music, sixteps Music, Sixsteps Songs, Thankyou Music, Worship Together Music, worshipteogether.com songs (Admin. Capital CMG Publishing, Brentwood-Benson Music Publishing, Inc.)

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