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Jesus be the centre

Jesus be the centre of my life
I woke up with this song in my head Jesus at the Centre of it All...
Early morning, with the rain pouring down outside, it seemed the most natural thing in the world to immediately focus on me and my life and my feelings. But it was a gift from God to start to sing these words, and as I sang through the lines, to let the truth speak to me.
Let them bless you and build faith in you too..."from my heart to the heavens, Jesus be the centre, it's all about You.."

Jesus at the centre of it all
Jesus at the centre of it all
From beginning to the end
It will always be
It's always been You
Jesus, Jesus


Jesus be the centre of my life
Jesus be the centre of my life
From beginning to the end
It will always be
It's always been You
Jesus, Jesus

Nothing else matters
Nothing in this world will do
Jesus you're the centre
Everything revolves around You
Jesus You

From my heart to the heavens
Jesus be the centre
It's all about You
It's all about You

Jesus be the centre of my church
Jesus be the centre of my church
From beginning to the end
It will always be
It's always been You
Jesus, Jesus

Jesus at the centre of it all
Jesus at the centre of it all
From beginning to the end
It will always be
It's always been You
Jesus, Jesus

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