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    The MOST HIGH JESUS CHRIST

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    Let them talk about us all they want
    Let them call us fools, jeer and taunt
    We know whom we believe in
    We know soon we’re gonna win
    The Battle of Armageddon
    We’ll see Jesus reign fierce and strong
    But until that glorious time
    We’re gonna praise Him ringing Heaven’s line

    Praising the Most High Jesus Christ I can’t wait to meet Him in the sky
    Praising the Most High Jesus Christ
    Soon every knee will bow every tongue testify

    We were forewarned, yes in the Bible
    We would be hated and even stifled
    But we know there’s coming a day
    We will be rapture and taken away
    We’ll keep moving, no more standing still
    We’ve got to do the Father’s will
    But until that glorious time
    We will be praising ringing Heaven’s line

    Praising the Most High Jesus Christ
    I can’t wait to meet Him in the sky
    Praising the Most High Jesus Christ
    Soon every knee will bow every tongue testify

    Praising the Most High Jesus Christ
    I can’t wait to meet Him in the sky
    Praising the Most High Jesus Christ
    Soon every knee will bow every tongue testify

    ©Gifts from Jesus Music Publishing Co Inc.( ASCAP)

    (Words and Music by Tennyson Walters)

    Lead vocal: Judy Mowatt
    Drums: George Miller
    Bass: Danny Lewis
    Keyboard: Othniel Lewis
    Guitar: Earl “Chinna” Smith
    Saxophone: Dean Fraser
    Percussion: Errol “African” Graham and Harry T. Powell
    Backup vocals: Tamara James, Nicole Salmon, and Jacqueline Walcott.

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