Saviour King by Hillsong (with chords and lyrics) from the album Saviour King, performed by Marty Sampson. This song is about our Saviour who we love the most and praises His name on the highest.

Saviour King

by Hillsong

Intro:
Dm7- C/E- F (4x)

Stanza 1: 
	      Dm7     C 	   F 
And now the weak say I have strength 
       Gm7         Dm7                      C		F
By the spirit or power that raised Christ from the dead 
	      Dm7       C 	  F          Gm7          Dm7
And now the poor stand and confess that my portion is Him 
               C      F
And I’m more than blessed 

Pre-Chorus: 
Dm7   				     Bb 
Let now our hearts burn with a flame 
  			    F         C  
A fire consuming all for Your Son's holy name 
Dm7  				  Bb 
And with the heavens we declare 
		 Gm      C  
You are our king. 

Chorus 1:

  	         F 
We love You Lord 
		Dm7 
We worship You 
		 C  
You are our God 
		    F 
You alone are good 

Stanza 2:  
		Dm7	     C        F   
And now Your church shines as the bride  
	   Gm7         Dm7                 C        F         
That You saw in Your heart as You offered up Your life  
	     Dm7     C         F	     Gm7	          Dm7 
And now the lost be welcomed home by the saved and redeemed  
		C        F 
Those adopted as Your own 


CHORUS 2:
 
		   F 
You asked Your son 
	      Dm7 
To carry this 
		 C  
The heavy cross 
		   F  
Our weight on sin 


Chorus 3: 
		F 
I love you Lord 
	      Dm7 
I worship You 
		    C  
Hope which was lost 
		   F 
Now stands renewed 
               F               
I give my life  
              Dm7 
To honor this 
                  C  
The love of Christ 
                 F 
The Saviour King 

 

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