This Love

Written by: Matt Redman

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Deeper than I've ever known
Wider than I've ever seen
This love
Stronger than the strongest tie
Lasting way beyond all time
This love
Flooding through the hardest heart
I just want to know this touch
Of love
It's everything I'll ever need
And You are giving it to me

You keep on giving me
You keep on giving Your love

Powerful and yet so kind
Rescuing the lowest life
This love
Burning like a blazing fire
Nothing can withstand its flame
This love
Waters cannot quench its touch
Rivers cannot wash away
This love
It's everything I'll ever need
And You are giving it to me

Coming from the Maker's heart
Flowing through the whole of time
This love
There upon the Savior's cross
Stronger than You've ever seen
This love
Suffering the cruelest death
Holding out with every breath
This love
Love that overcomes the grave
It's everything I'll ever need

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