TCCBC Sunday Worship 2017-03-12

Bible Passage: Deuteronomy 4:5-10

Table of Contents

  1. King of Saints
  2. How High And How Wide
  3. Awesome God
  4. Behold Our God
  5. No Higher Calling
  6. Doxology

King of Saints

Key - G

Verse 1

G
Great and marvelous 
C
are Thy works
D
Lord God Al
C
mighty!
G
Just and true are Thy 
C
ways oh Lord
For You are the King of 
Dsus
saints   
D
   
C

Verse 2

G
Who shall not fear Thee?
C
Who shall not glorify Thy 
G
name oh Lord?
For 
G
only Thou art holy
All the 
C
nations shall come and worship 
G
before Thee.

Pre-Chorus

C
For Thy 
Em
judgments 
Am
are made 
D
mani
G
fest
C
For Thy 
Em
judgments 
Am
are made 
D/F#
mani
Dsus
fest   
D
   
C

Chorus

G
Hallelujah! (hallelujah)
C
Hallelujah to the 
G
King of saints!
G2
   
G
   Glory hallelujah! (glory hallelujah)
C
Glory hallelujah to the 
G
King of saints!


How High And How Wide

Key - G

Verse 1

G
No eye has seen and 
Am11
no ear has heard
And 
G/B
no mind has ever con
C
ceived   
Dsus
The 
G
glorious things that 
Am11
You have prepared
For 
G/B
everyone who has be
Dsus
lieved   
D
F
You brought us near and You 
A/C#
called us Your 
A
own
And 
Am7
made us joint heirs with Your 
Dsus
Son 
D

Chorus

How 
Gsus
high 
G
and how wide, how 
Am7
deep and how long
How 
F
sweet and how 
C/E
strong is Your 
Dsus
love   
D
How 
Gsus
lav
G
ish Your grace, how 
Am7
faithful Your ways
How 
C9
great is Your 
Am/D
love O 
G
Lord!

Verse 2

G
Objects of mercy who 
Am11
should have known wrath
We're 
G/B
filled with unspeakable 
C
joy   
Dsus
G
Riches of wisdom un
Am11
searchable wealth
And the 
G/B
wonder of knowing Your 
Dsus
voice   
D
F
You are our treasure and 
A/C#
our great re
A
ward
Our 
Am7
hope and our glorious 
Dsus
King   
D


Awesome God

Key - C

Chorus

Our 
C
God is an 
G
awesome God
He 
D
reigns from 
Em
heaven above
With 
C
wisdom, 
G
power, and love
Our 
Am
God is an 
Bm
awesome 
Em
God

Behold Our God

c.f. Isaiah 40:9-26


The words of this song are from the book of Isaiah, chapter 40. The phrase "Behold Our God" is an adaptation of a Jewish phrase, "Behold your God." When the nation of Israel heard this, it instilled a sense of fear and awe in them, causing many to fall flat on their faces in worship. Because of Jesus' sacrifice on the cross, God no longer has to be only their God, but He can be our God as well. Let us sing with that same sense of awe and reverence.


Verse 1

C
Who has held the 
Em
oceans in His hands?
C
Who has numbered 
Em
every grain of sand?
C
Kings and nations 
Em
tremble at His voice
Am
All creation 
Em7
rises to re
G
joice

Chorus

Be
C
hold 
G/B
our 
Am
God seated on His 
F
throne
Come, let us a
C
dore 
G
Him
Be
C
hold 
G/B
our 
Am
King, nothing can com
F
pare
Come, let us a
C
dore 
G
 
C
Him! 
|
 
Em
   
|
 
C
   
|
 
Em

Verse 2

C
Who has given 
Em
counsel to the Lord?
C
Who can question 
Em
any of His words?
C
Who can teach the 
Em
One who knows all things?
Am
Who can fathom 
Em7
all His wondrous 
G
deeds?

Verse 3

C
Who has felt the 
Em
nails upon His hands
C
Bearing all the 
Em
guilt of sinful man?
C
God eternal 
Em
humbled to the grave
Am
Jesus, Savior, 
Em7
risen now to 
G
reign


No Higher Calling

Key - A

Verse 1

A
Down at Your 
C#m
feet, oh 
D
Lord
Is the 
E
most high 
A
place
In Your 
C#m
pres
F#m7
ence 
D
Lord
Dm
seek Your 
A
face, I 
Dm
seek 
G
Your 
A
face

Chorus

There is 
D
no higher 
E
calling
C#m7
No greater 
F#m
honor
Than to 
D
bow and 
E
kneel before Your 
A
throne   
G/A
   
A7
I'm a
D
mazed at Your 
E
glory
Em
C#m7
braced by Your 
F#m
mercy
Oh 
D
Lord, I 
E
live to worship 
A
You   
A2

Verse 2

A
Down at Your 
C#m
feet, oh 
D
Lord
Is the 
E
most high 
A
place
In Your 
C#m
pres
F#m7
ence 
D
Lord
We 
Dm
seek Your 
A
face, we 
Dm
seek 
G
Your 
A
face

Doxology


Intro

(
G
Praise 
G
Fa
G
ther, 
D
Son, 
C
and 
G
Ho
D
ly 
G
Ghost.)

Chorus

G
Praise 
G
God, 
D
from 
C
Whom 
G
all 
G
ble
D
ssings 
G
flow;
G
Praise 
G
Him, 
G
all 
D
crea
Em
tures 
C
here 
G
be
D
low;
Em
Praise 
D
Him 
G
a
D
bove, 
Em
ye 
C
heaven
D
ly 
Em
host;
G
Praise 
G
Fa
G
ther, 
D
Son, 
C
and 
G
Ho
D
ly 
G
Ghost.

C
A
G
men.

Note: These lyr­ics, sung as the Dox­ol­o­gy in many church­es, are ac­tu­al­ly the last verse of a long­er hymn, "Awake, My Soul, and with the Sun."