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Author: Chris Brown

Chris Brown is a worship leader at Elevation Church in Charlotte, North Carolina. Dianne Shapiro, from iamchrisbrown.wordpress.com/about, accessed 3/9/2017 Go to person page >

Author: Matthew Ntlele

(no biographical information available about Matthew Ntlele.) Go to person page >

Author: Stefan Green

(no biographical information available about Stefan Green.) Go to person page >

Author: Steven Furtick

Steven Furtick is the founder and lead pastor of Elevation Church in Charlotte, North Carolina. Dianne Shapiro, from elevationchurch.org/leadership, accessed 3/9/2017 Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: This is the day that you have made
Title: Grateful
Author: Chris Brown
Author: Matthew Ntlele
Author: Stefan Green
Author: Steven Furtick
Language: English
Refrain First Line: I give thanks for all you have done
Publication Date: 2019
Notes: CCLI# 6966557
Copyright: © SHOUT! Music Publishing, Music by Elevation Worship Publishing (Admin. Capitol CMG Publishing, Essential Music Publishing LLC)


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