Jesus Hope Of The Nations (Hope Of The Nations)

Written by: Brian Doerksen

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Verse 1:
A        D/A
  Jesus, hope of the nations
A        D                   F♯m
  Jesus, comfort for all who mourn
     E                 D                E
You are the source of heaven's hope on earth
Verse 2:
Jesus, light in the darkness
Jesus, truth in each circumstance
You are the source of heaven's light on earth
Pre-Chorus:
   D           A/C♯
In history You lived and died
    Bm7
You broke the chains
     E
You rose to life
Chorus:
             A             D
You are the hope living in us
             E               A
You are the rock in whom we trust
        E/G♯  F♯m               D                E    D/F♯
You are the   light shining for all the world to see
                   A              D
You rose from the dead conquering fear
                E               A
Our Prince of Peace drawing us near
      E/G♯ F♯m             Bm7             E
Jesus our  hope living for all who will recieve
D              A      D      A      D
  Lord we believe

JESUS, HOPE OF THE NATIONS
Jesus, comfort for all who mourn
You are the source of heaven's hope on earth

Jesus, light in the darkness
Jesus, truth in each circumstance
You are the source of heaven's light on earth

In history You lived and died
You broke the chains
You rose to life

You are the hope living in us
You are the rock in whom we trust
You are the light shining for all the world to see
You rose from the dead conquering fear
Our Prince of Peace drawing us near
Jesus our hope living for all who will receive
Lord we believe


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