Place Of Praise

Written by: Matt Redman, Bernie Herms, Aaron Lindsey

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Through every changing moment
Find me at Your throne
In every shifting season
Find this heart bowed down

Through every stormy tempest
And every circumstance
When life is at its brightest
Or when shadows gather round

Let me find my way
To the place of praise

I will not bring that which costs me nothing
I will not bring that which costs me nothing
If the highest praise is a sacrifice
And the greatest song is to give my life then
I will not bring that which costs me nothing

When everything is easy
Any heart can sing
But our deepest cry of worship
Will be heard within the flame

So I’m breaking through the silence
To bring this broken song
And You’ll hear my praises rising
Rising forevermore

And I’ll find my way to the place of praise again
Lord, I’ll find my way to the place of praise again

If the highest praise is a sacrifice
And the greatest song is to give my life then
I will not bring
I will not bring
I will not bring that which costs me nothing


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