Maverick City Music – Son Of Suffering

From Atlanta, American Gospel Song Band Maverick City Music Of TRIBL Serves Us “Son Of Suffering” From “Jubilee Juneteenth Edition Album” ft Jekalyn Carr, Chandler Moore, Mav City Gospel Choir.

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This song “Son Of Suffering” is an impressive track that will surely be worth a place on your playlist if you are a lover of good music.

The Song consists of spiritually filled songs that features fellow Gospel Ministers Gospel artist.

Son Of Suffering (The Song) is a project inspired by the Holy Spirit, filled with messages of Christ from birth to death and the salvation that came thereof. It is a compilation of messages; That of Hope, Love, Joy, salvation and of gratitude.

As the title of the song implies, it a project put together to remind believers and all, that the time is near. That we are in a critical and an opportune moment that we must all seized to God’s glory.

Maverick City Music – Son Of Suffering Lyrics.

[Intro: Chandler Moore]
Mm, mm, mm
Yeah, yeah

[Verse 1: Chandler Moore]
Oh, the perfect Son of God
In all His innocence
Here walking in the dirt with you and me
He knows what living is
He’s acquainted with our grief
Man of sorrows and Son of suffering

[Chorus: Chandler Moore & Jekalynn Carr, Chandler Moore]
Blood and tears
How can it be?
There’s a God who weeps
There’s a God who bleeds
Oh, praise the One
Who had reached for me
Hallelujah
To the Son of suffering
Oh, oh

[Verse 2: Jekalyn Carr, Chandler MooreJekalynn Carr & Chandler Moore]
Some imagine You
Are distant and removed
But You chased us down in merciful pursuit (Whoo!)
To the sinner, You were grace (Yeah, yeah)
And the broken You embraced
And in the end, the proof is in Your wounds
Oh, in the end, the proof is in Your wounds

[Chorus: Chandler Moore & Jekalynn Carr, Chandler MooreJekalynn Carr]
And blood and tears
How can it be?
There’s a God who weeps
There’s a God who bleeds
Oh, praise the One (Yeah, yeah)
Who had reached for me (Yeah, yeah)
(Hallelujah) Hallelujah
To the Son of suffering

[Interlude: Chandler Moore, Jekalynn Carr]
Oh (Ooh)
Woah (Woah)
He cries when You cry (Oh, yes, He does)
He weeps when You weep (Oh, yes, He does)
Oh (He weeps when You weep)
He understands the pain
He holds every tear (Mm)

[Bridge: Chandler Moore, Jekalynn CarrChandler Moore & Jekalyn Carr]
Your cross, my freedom
Your stripes, my healing
All praise King Jesus
Glory to God in Heaven
Your blood, still speaking (Yeah, yeah)
Your love, still reaching
All praise King Jesus

Glory to God in Heaven
Your cross, my freedom (Oh, oh)
Your stripes, my healing (Oh, oh)
All praise King Jesus (Oh, oh)
Glory to God in Heaven
Your blood (Your blood), still speaking (It’s still speaking)
Your love (Your love), is still reaching (Is still reaching)
All praise (All praise) King Jesus
Glory to God in Heaven (One more time)
Your cross, my freedom
Your stripes, my healing
All praise King Jesus
There’s glory to God in Heaven

Your blood (Yeah, yeah), still speaking (It’s still speaking)
Your love (Your love), is still reaching (It’s still reaching)
All praise (All praise) King Jesus (Yeah)
Glory to God forever
Glory to God forever (Always good, ’cause You thought of me, reached for me)
Glory to God forever

[Interlude: Jekalynn Carr, Chandler MooreMav City Gospel ChoirJekalynn Carr & Chandler Moore]
You reached for me (Yeah)
You reached for me (You reached for me)
You reached for me, oh (Glory to God forever)
Your grace, it never failed (Yeah)
Your love, it never left (Glory to God forever)
It was there, in the wilderness (Yeah)
It was there (It was there) in the drought (Glory to God foreverin the drought)
It was there in my brokenness
Glory to God forever
Your cross gave me freedom (Yes, Lord Jesus)
Your stripes gave me healing (Yes, Lord Jesus)
Your cross gave me freedom (Mm)
Glory to God forever
Your love gave perspective (Yes, yes, yes)
Yeah (Mm)
Your Word spoke the truth over me (Mm)
Glory to God forever

[Chorus: Chandler Moore & Jekalynn Carr, Jekalynn Carr]
Blood and tears (Yeah)
How can it be?
There’s a God who weeps
There’s a God who still bleeds
Oh, praise the One
Who had reached for me
Hallelujah
To the Son of suffering

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