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Darlene Zschech: I Desire Jesus Worship Song

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Darlene Zschech performed I Desire Jesus, a powerful worship song that you can sing again and again. The lyrics are really good and it’s a declaration about our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. The chorus says:  “You are worthy of all honor. All glory to your name. You alone deserve our highest praise. And Forever you will reign!

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I desire Jesus
Precious Lamb, Who ransomed me
Upon the cross He took my sin
By His blood Has set me free

I desire Jesus
Oh His Name My soul esteem
For upon His thorn-scarred brow
Is the crown of victory

He is worthy of all honour
All glory to His Name
He alone deserves
Our highest praise
And forever He will reign

I desire Jesus
Triumphant One
The earth awaits
For on that day
The earth will shine
With the glory of Your Name

You are worthy of all honour
All glory to Your Name
You alone deserve
Our highest praise
And forever You will reign

You are all glorious
You are all glorious
My heart leans in
My soul must sing
You are all glorious

I desire Jesus
Precious Lamb
Who ransomed me
Unto You an offering
Will my life forever be

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