Praise the Lord! The God of glory

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Praise the Lord! The God of glory
Who appeared to Abraham
Has appeared to us in spirit
For His purpose and His plan!
God of glory, God of glory,
Do appear to us today,
Saturate and permeate us
Till You fully have Your way.
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Once we were in old Chaldea,
Worshipping the idols there;
But the God of glory called us,
Saved us all from Satan’s snare.
Get out, get out, from Chaldea,
From that evil foreign land.
Come in, come in, to the good land,
Christ, the church, the one new man.
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With the calling comes the promise
Of the kingdom life on earth.
This becomes our strength and motive
To get out of all the dearth!
Lord, we’re crossing every river—
For this You must call us on,
Till Your kingdom and expression
On this earth are fully come.
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This is now the highest gospel
To those still in Chaldee’s land—
Leave the fallen situation,
You’ve been chosen for God’s plan.
God of glory, God of glory,
Do appear to us each day,
Call us out into Your building,
Your desire on earth today.
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Jimmy

Tangerang, Banten, Indonesia

Amen. He has called us from Chaldea to the promised land.


Felipe Salinas

Santiago, RM, Chile

This hymn was giving me strength today, since I'm experiencing prosecution from my own "Christian" parents for being in the recovery. Thank God He is everything to me, and we're enjoying Him daily (me, my wife and little baby Victoria). Praise The Lord I need to be more attached to Him now :)


Sarah

Singapore, Singapore

I really love this song. This song really reminds me of the Lord. I would hear this song every morning, and will not get bored of it. :)


Wendy :) Risso

United States

Yeah it was...and this is a really good song, I enjoyed verse 2.


Josue Mendoza

Fort Worth, Texas, United States

I was at that conference too. It was amazing.


Bonnie Chan

Palo Alto, CA, United States

I was enjoying this song one morning and it touched me very much. Not long after I was at the Memorial Day Conference in Philly, and the Lord reminded me of this song during Message Four, "The Recovery of Living the Life of the Altar and the Tent." It's such a fitting song for this message. I am still singing it as my prayer and constitution from the message so that the Lord can make this my reality in my living for the church.