Worship Resource: We Thirst For You

This worship resource originally accompanied a sermon based on John 19:28 NIV:

Later, knowing that all was now completed,
and so that the Scripture would be fulfilled,
Jesus said, “I am thirsty.”

It would work well with any scripture with the theme of hungering and thirsting for God.
– Lisa <><

Worship Resource: We Thirst for You
The introduction to the song begins.
The music continues under all the scripture readings.

O God, you are my God; I earnestly search for you.
My soul thirsts for you;
My whole body longs for you in this parched and weary land where there is no water.

We Exalt Your Name by Kari Jobe and Matt Maher (CCLI 5866478)
Verse 1 and Chorus 1

ONE SPEAKING: Psalm 63:2-5 NIV
I have seen you in your sanctuary and gazed upon your power and glory.
Your unfailing love is better to me than life itself; how I praise you!

ONE or ALL SPEAKING: Psalm 63:4-5 NIV
I will honor you as long as I live, lifting up my hands to you in prayer.
You satisfy me more than the richest of foods.
I will praise you with songs of joy.

We Exalt Your Name by Kari Jobe and Matt Maher (CCLI 5866478)
Verse 2, Chorus 2a, Chorus 2b

ONE SPEAKING: Psalm 63:6-7 NIV
I lie awake thinking of you, meditating on you through the night.
I think how much you have helped me;
I sing for joy in the shadow of your protecting wings.

My soul clings to you
repeat as desired

We Exalt Your Name by Kari Jobe and Matt Maher (CCLI 5866478)

We Thirst For You compilation © 2013 Lisa Ann Moss Degrenia.
You are welcome to use this work in a worship setting with proper attribution. Please contact Lisa for information and permission to publish this work in any form.

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