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Build My Life

Author: Brett Younker

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Author: Karl Martin

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Author: Kirby Elizabeth Kaple

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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: Pat Barrett

A member of the worship band, Housefires, based at Grace Midtown Church in Atlanta, Georgia. Dianne Shapiro Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Worthy of every song we could ever sing
Title: Build My Life
Author: Brett Younker
Author: Karl Martin
Author: Kirby Elizabeth Kaple
Author: Matt Redman
Author: Pat Barrett
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Holy, there is none like you
Notes: CCLI# 7070345
Copyright: © 2016 Kaple Music, Capital CMG Genesis, Housefires Sounds, Said and Done Music, sixsteps Music, Thankyou Music, worshiptogether.com songs, Bethel Music Publishing (admin. Bethel Music Publishing, Capital CMG Publishing)



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