Passion - Behold The Lamb (Lyric Video/Live) ft. Kristian Stanfill

Passion, Kristian Stanfill - “Behold The Lamb” lyric video from the new album, Follow You Anywhere.
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LYRICS
See Him there, the great I Am
A crown of thorns upon His head
The Father’s heart displayed for us
Oh God, we thank You for the cross
Lifted up on Calvary’s hill
We cursed Your name and even still
You bore our shame and paid the cost
Oh God, we thank You for the cross

Behold the Lamb, the story of redemption
Written on His hands
Jesus, You will reign forevermore
The victory is Yours
We sing Your praise
Endless hallelujahs to Your holy name
Jesus, You will reign forevermore
The victory is Yours

Offer up this sacrifice
For every sin, our Savior died
The Lord of Life can’t be contained
Our God has risen from the grave
Our God has risen from the grave

When the age of death is done
We’ll see Your face, bright as the sun
We’ll bow before the King of Kings
Oh God, forever we will sing

Passion exists to glorify God by uniting students in worship, prayer, and justice for spiritual awakening in this generation. Passion has encountered millions of students and 18-25 year olds, young people whose lives have been transformed by the power of the Holy Spirit. One of the most impactful and stirring aspects of the movement has been the sea of voices uniting together to lift up the name of Jesus, currently helmed by Kristian Stanfill, Brett Younker and Melodie Malone. The band as seen worship leaders such as Chris Tomlin, Matt Redman, Crowder, Christy Nockels, and more unite over the years, writing, recording and leading arenas in worship. Transcending the conferences, songs from Passion have become some of the most recognizable and unforgettable worship anthems of this generation. With more than 1.8 million units sold and a multitude of chart topping singles such as “How Great Is Our God,” “One Thing Remains,” “Even so Come,” and “10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord),” listeners across the world continue to be impacted by the music of Passion. Songs from Passion such as Even so Come, Salvation’s Tide Is Rising, and Worthy of Your Name have become timeless staples in the Church. The four time Dove Award winners have had seven albums debut at No. 1 on Billboard’s Christian Albums Chart with two hitting the Top 5 on the Billboard 200. Through it all, Jesus continues to remain at the center.

Music video by Passion performing Behold The Lamb (Lyric Video/Live). © 2019 Capitol Christian Music Group, Inc.

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