Your Ways

Written by: Matt Redman, Sam Bailey, Nick Herbert

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We're dust to dust
Breathing amazing grace
Beloved of God
Never to be the same
Your name is great
And You are good, so good
And You always keep Your promises

Your ways of loving us
Are so high, so high
Your ways of loving us
Are so high, so high
Your ways of loving us
So deep and wide and never will they change
How we love Your ways

Because, because You are enough for us
We cast our cares, and trust in Your heart for us
Your name is great
And You are good, so good
And You always keep Your promises
And You won’t betray Your faithfulness

You are always good and good to all
You’re the grace in every morning sun
This I know, I am known
I am held and I am loved
You’re a refuge for the restless heart
And You sing a new song over us
This I know, I am known
I am held and I am loved


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