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Jesus at The Centre of it All

Love, love, loved singing this song in Kerith yesterday - Jesus at the centre of it all.
I hope that my worship blessed God and blessed others.
I know it blessed me to declare the truth, to repeat the truth, to acknowledge that I want Jesus to be at the centre of my everything - my marriage, my family, my work, my home, my relationships - He is in the centre.

It's all about Jesus..
.....But I keep putting myself into the centre!

Acknowledging Jesus as the centre takes the focus off me, and puts it right back onto Jesus - who its really all for and all about.

And its something that I need to do every day - I've listened to this song on repeat as I've been writing, and I'm going to continue listening and worshipping, and letting the words soak into me - join me?

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 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

Nothing else matters, nothing in this world will do
Jesus You're the centre , everything revolves around You
Jesus You, at the centre of it all
The center of it all

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
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
Yes it's all about You

So Jesus be the centre of Your church
Jesus be the centre of Your church
And every knee will bow
And every tongue shall confess You Jesus, Jesus
Say His name, Jesus, Jesus...

From my heart to the Heavens
Jesus be the centre
It's all about You
Yes it's all about You

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