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Always More

Always More
Benji Cowart / Corey Voss / Dwayne Larring

The Lord is my Shepherd Whom shall I fear?
The Lord is my anchor And I am secure
The Lord is my Refuge
Why should I run from Him

(Verse 2)
You keep me through danger You’re guarding my way
You never forsake me
You always remain You're Where I belong
And You are where I will stay

I will gaze and behold Your beauty
I will dwell in Your House, oh God
I won’t leave til You meet here with me
You’re the One worth waiting for
You are the reason for my being
You are the cup that overflows
You are the river never-ending
With You Lord, there's always more
You're always more

(Verse 3)
God of Salvation Right from the start
There was only one longing One song in my heart
I must have Your Presence
Oh to be where You are

More than enough, than enough You’re
More than enough, than enough You’re

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SONG DEVOTIONAL: Psalm 27:4 “One thing I ask from the Lord, this only do I seek: that I may dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of my life, to gaze on the beauty of the Lord and to seek him in his temple” As soon as we think we’ve come to any “end” of God in any area we quickly realize that there is no end, there is only more. Whether that be in God’s provision, God’s glory, God’s mercy or any other attribute, there are no limits. God is infinite, therefore, everything about who He is must have no limits. When David says in Psalm 27:4 that he wants to dwell in the house of the Lord and worship all the days of His life, it’s easy to think that that request seems a little impractical until you’ve had a true encounter with the presence of God. It only takes one glimpse of who He is to realize that He has no limits and there is nothing that we need that he cannot supply in extravagant abundance. It is in these moments of God’s presence that we begin to understand that worship is the only antidote to worry. We can spend the rest of our days discovering new attributes and expressions of God’s goodness and then spend the rest of eternity thanking Him for those attributes in new ways...and right when we think we’ve said it all we’ll find that there is still more to say because He is always more.