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Can I Ascend?

This song is by Fourth In The Fire.

This song is a cover of "Can I Ascend" by Matt Redman.
Can I ascend the hill of the Lord?
Can I stand in that Holy place?
There to approach the glory of my God
I come forth to seek your face
Purify my heart, purify my hands
For I know it is on the Holy ground I stand

I come to worship
I come to bow down
I come to meet with you

I'm coming up the mountain Lord
I'm seeking you and you alone
I know that I will be transformed
My heart unveiled before you
I'm longing for your presence Lord
Envelop me within the cloud
I'm coming up the mountain Lord
My heart unveiled before you
I will come

I come to worship
I come to bow down
I come to meet with you

Can I ascend the hill of the Lord?
Can I stand in that Holy place?
There to approach the glory of my God
I come forth to seek your face
Purify my heart, purify my hands
For I know it is on the Holy ground I stand

I come to worship
I come to bow down
I come to meet with you

I'm coming up the mountain Lord
I'm seeking you and you alone
I know that I will be transformed
My heart unveiled before you
I'm longing for your presence Lord
Envelop me within the cloud
I'm coming up the mountain Lord
My heart unveiled before you
I will come

I come to worship
I come to bow down
I come to meet with you

Purify my heart purify my hand
For I know it is on the Holy ground I stand

I'm coming up the mountain Lord
I'm seeking you and you alone
I know that I will be transformed
My heart unveiled before you
I'm longing for your presence Lord
Envelop me within the cloud
I'm coming up the mountain Lord
My heart unveiled before you
I will come

Written by:

Matt Redman

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