Creator God, Joy, Our Resurrection, Praise, The Glory of God, The Reign of Christ, The Resurrection of Christ



Verse 1
Who else would rocks cry out to worship
Whose glory taught the stars to shine
Perhaps creation longs to have the words to sing
But this joy is mine

With a thousand hallelujahs
We magnify Your name
You alone deserve the glory
The honour and the praise
Lord Jesus this song is forever Yours
A thousand hallelujahs
And a thousand more

Verse 2
Who else would die for our redemption
Whose resurrection means I’ll rise
There isn’t time enough to sing of all You’ve done
But I have eternity to try

Praise to the Lord
To the Lamb
To the King of heaven
Praise for He rose
Now He reigns
We will sing forever

CCLI Song # 7190270 | Brooke Ligertwood, Phil Wickham, Scott Ligertwood | © 2022 City and Vine Music Publishing International, Phil Wickham Music, Simply Global Songs 

  Sample Introduction

Psalm 96 calls us to sing a new song to our Lord for he is great and most worthy of praise or as it says in some translations, “worth a thousand Hallelujahs”.


  Song Links

  Scripture References

Old Testament – Psalm 5:11, Psalm 57:7-9 , Psalm 95:1-3, Psalm 96:4-6, Psalm 150:2
New Testament – John 8:12, Colossians 3:16

  Doctrinal Themes

Christian Living – Joy, Praise
Christology – Christ’s reign, Christ’s resurrection
Doctrine of God – Creator God, The Glory of God
The Future – Our resurrection
The Gospel – Redemption

  Liturgical Categories

Adoration, Praise