Singalong Sundays: At Your Name

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Today’s Singalong Sunday features a newer song from Tim Hughes & Phil Wickham. It’s a worship song that you’ll find on both their most recent albums. It is quite a catchy tune, and a song that I’m sure we’ll hear in churches more and more in years to come.
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“At Your Name” is a hymn that speaks about the name of God–YHWH (the name that English translators translate in all-caps “LORD”). YHWH is God’s covenant name, given to God’s covenant people, to call upon Him with. It is a name that in olden times, Jews could not even utter. Yet, Our God who is also our Lord, has also given us the title of Jesus Christ, “Lord” to cry to Him. It is at His name–Jesus name–that all of creation bows in humble adoration and reverent praise.
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Lead Sheet available at the bottom of this post.

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At Your Name (Yahweh, Yahweh)
Written by: Tim Hughes, Phil Wickham
Philippians 2:9-11
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Verse 1
At Your name
The mountains shake and crumble
At Your name
The oceans roar and tumble
At Your name angels will bow
The earth will rejoice
Your people cry out
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Chorus
Lord of all the earth
We’ll shout Your name, shout Your name
Filling up the skies
With endless praise, endless praise
Yahweh, Yahweh
We love to shout Your name oh Lord
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Verse 2
At Your name
The morning breaks in glory
At Your name
Creation sings Your story
At Your name angels will bow
The earth will rejoice
Your people cry out
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(Repeat Chorus)
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Bridge
There is no one like our God
We will praise You, praise You
There is no one like our God
We will sing, we will sing
There is no one like our God
We will praise You, praise You
Jesus is our God
We will sing
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