Download Mp3: Honour You Lord – Luke Wareham Ft. Lou Fellingham

Honour You Lord - Luke Wareham Ft. Lou Fellingham
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Luke Wareham is releasing his new single “Honour You Lord” that will be available everywhere on Friday, September 3rd featuring renowned songwriter and recording artist Lou Fellingham. The song is produced by Manchester-based Dan Stirling.

Luke wrote the song with his friend Matt Caddick whilst reflecting on Psalm 29. They feel Psalm 29 is a prophetic Bible verse for this season of living in and coming out of lockdown. It says:- ‘Honour the Lord, you heavenly beings; honour the Lord for his glory and strength. Honour the Lord for the glory of his name. Worship the Lord in the splendour of his holiness.’ Their prayer is that the song would help people to focus on the holiness of God whilst speaking into people’s everyday life situations.

Luke says, “We pray this song will help the church to sing out praise to God again and focus on his holiness as we come out of lockdown. 2021 might not have delivered the fresh new start that many of us had hoped for, but we can walk through the rest of this year knowing that we have a God who loves us, is for us and will never leave us. We need to be proclaiming this good news and telling others about the eternal hope and joy we have even as we come out of a pandemic. Ultimately we hope this song will draw people to Jesus.”

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Verse 1:
How great are the wonders of our God
Oh his mercies never fail – How good is he
He saves oh he rescues he redeems
Oh his grace sets captives free – How good is he

Honour you Lord for your glory and your strength
Honour you Lord as we stand whole in your name
Honour you Lord for your love that never fails
Honour you Lord you are good and you prevail

Verse 2:
How great his compassion and his grace
Oh the beauty in his face – I hope in him
His voice like the thunder in the dark
Calling light into my heart – I hope in him

For you are like no other
My God and mighty warrior
We honour you we honour you
And should our hearts fall silent
The rocks would cry aloud
To honour you to honour you

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