The wine you taste in me

If this valley and these shadows stay
If broken wings can bring you praise

A promise made but never came

Can show me Your unfailing grace

Can light the dark to find my way

If ground and grave can steal my heart
Yet when You save, a new song starts
And just Your name can move me near
Can change my hope, cast out my fear
I need more of Your breath here

You are my Hall—e—lu–jah

When silence falls and then remains
When worn and bruised, I still can raise
My voice to make You famous still
All of these tears, upon your feet
Become the wine You taste in me

You are my Hall—e—lu–jah


You are my Hallelujah

You are my ‘Yes and Amen”

You are my revelation

You are my consolation

You are my vindication

You are my hallelujah

Hallelujah // Noun: An expression of worship or rejoicing.  Exclamation: God be praised!  Instruction:  Praise Yah, you people!  Boast joyfully in God!  Understanding: Not just a joyful expression or word to praise God, but an injunction to praise Him.

Psalm 94.18-19 NIV

When I said, “My foot is slipping, ”

your unfailing love, Lord, supported me.

When anxiety was great within me,

your consolation brought me joy.

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