Bread For Us – Mark & Sarah Tillman

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Artist:  Mark & Sarah Tillman

Song Title: Bread For Us

Genre: Gospel, Christian

Album:  Morning Sun, Rising Tide

Year: 2018

Song Type: Mp3 & Video

 

Title: “Bread For Us”- A Soulful and Catchy Gospel Song From Mark & Sarah Tillman

The Tillman couple has just unveiled their latest gospel track called “Bread For Us,” which has already garnered a significant following from fans. This soulful and engaging melody is certain to be a success with enthusiasts of gospel music. The song expresses themes of trust and optimism, serving as a tribute to the efficacy of prayer.

This piece of music is both encouraging and motivating. Its words convey the ideas of belief and optimism, emphasizing how supplication can offer serenity and solace. Additionally, its tune is infectious, making it likely for individuals to sing along. The main idea of the song is evident: prayer can provide advantages and safeguarding, and it can serve as a foundation of support and resilience.

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LYRICS

You laid your body down
Where earth and dust could see
You broke your skin apart
Like bread for us to eat

You walked up to your end
Wearing the burden of men
And to your death you sang
This grave won’t hold my name

Hallelujah, you have risen
Up above all kings and wisdom
Hallelujah, you are seated
Up above now death defeated

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And on the day we’ll meet
with holes in your hands and feet
I’ll see you face to face
My most amazing grace

By the blood of the lamb
We can now enter in
By the blood of the lamb
We can now enter in

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