The Cross Lyrics – Anne Wilson

The Cross Lyrics by Anne Wilson, Chris Tomlin is brand new song sung by Anne Wilson, Chris Tomlin and music of this latest song is given by Jonathan Smith, Jeff Pardo. The Cross song lyrics are also penned down by Jonathan Smith, Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West.


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Song: The Cross
Singer: Anne Wilson, Chris Tomlin
Music: Jonathan Smith, Jeff Pardo
Lyrics: Jonathan Smith, Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West
Album: REBEL (2024)

The Cross Lyrics

You’ve been trying hard to bear
The weight of all your shame
And if there’s a God up there
You’re sure He forgot your name
When your steps are getting heavy
And hope looks all but lost
Just bring it all to the cross

Who told you grace can’t reach
The messed up ones like you?
Has the devil made you believe
The lies he tells are true?
When you’re sure that you’re the one
Who’s wandered too far off
It’s not too late
Just come home to the cross

Come and see a Savior’s love
That would die to make you new
Nothing you have ever done
Can change what mercy’s done for you
And if you ever wonder
If you’re worth so great a cost
Look up and see the cross

Everybody’s got a list
At least a mile long
Of every scar and every sin
From everywhere that we’ve gone wrong
But there’s reason for rejoicing
And the reason is because
That list was nailed to the cross

Come and see a Savior’s love
That would die to make you new
Nothing you have ever done
Can change what mercy’s done for you
What mercy’s done
And if you ever wonder
If you’re worth so great a cost
Look up and see the cross

Oh, the cross

He was wounded for your wounds
Pierced for all your sin
By His stripes you are healed
Died so you could rise again
He let the blood and water flow
And did it all to let you know
You’re the reason that He went to the cross
Oh, He’s calling you to run home to the cross
To the cross

Come and see a Savior’s love
Come and see
That would die to make you new
Oh, He’s made us new
Nothing you have ever done
Can change what mercy’s done for you
See what mercy’s done
And if you ever wonder
If you’re worth so great a cost
Look up and see the cross
Oh, look up and see
Look up and see the cross
He died for you and me
Look up and see the cross

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