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How He Loves
John Mark McMillan
Album The Song Inside the Sound of Breaking Down

How He Loves is a song by John Mark McMillan for his album The Song Inside the Sound of Breaking Down. It has since been covered by many artists, including Kim Walker, Jeremy Riddle, and David Crowder Band.

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he is jealous for me
loves like a hurricane
i am a tree
bending beneath
the weight of his
wind and mercy
when all of a sudden
i am unaware of these
afflictions eclipsed by glory
and i realize how
beautiful you are
and how great
your affections are for me

oh how he loves us so
oh how he loves us
how he loves us so
yeah he loves us
oh how he loves us

we are his portion
and he is our prize
drawn to redemption by the grace
in his eyes
if grace is an ocean
we’re all sinking
so heaven meets earth
like a sloppy wet kiss
and my heart turns violently inside
of my chest
i don’t have time
to maintain these regrets
when i think about the way

that he loves us
oh how he loves us
yeah he loves us
oh how he loves us


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