We Need The Love Of God Lyrics – Rend Collective

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Verse 1:
You are the hymn for the hymnless, You are the hope for the hopeless
You’re the God who believes in the rebels and the runaways
You are the home for the outcast, You are the friend of the faithless
You’re the God who receives every prodigal with arms of grace
You’re the God who receives every prodigal with arms of grace

Chorus:
We don’t need cold religion, but we need the love of God
Oh, we need the love of God, like we need a heartbeat
We’re done with our pretendin’, something real is what we want
‘Cause we need the love of God, oh, we need the love of God

Verse 2:
You won’t give up on the wounded, You walk beside the rejected
You’re the God who is for all the doubters and the down-and-outs
You aren’t afraid of our questions, You’re bigger than we imagined
You’re the God who restores all the wonder to the cynic’s heart, yeah, yeah
You’re the God who restores all the wonder to the cynic’s heart

Chorus:
We don’t need cold religion, but we need the love of God
Oh, we need the love of God, like we need a heartbeat
We’re done with our pretendin’, something real is what we want
‘Cause we need the love of God, oh, we need the love of God

Bridge:
Come join the outsider anthem, this choir of sinners is singin’
Oh, oh-oh-oh-oh, how sweet the sound of grace
No matter how far we’ve fallen, there’s always hope for redemption
Oh, oh-oh-oh-oh, how sweet the sound of grace
Come join the outsider anthem, this choir of sinners is singin’
Oh, oh-oh-oh-oh, how sweet the sound of grace
No matter how far we’ve fallen, there’s always hope for redemption
Oh, oh-oh-oh-oh, how sweet the sound of grace

Chorus:
We don’t need cold religion, but we need the love of God
Oh, we need the love of God, like we need a heartbeat, oh-oh-oh
We’re done with our pretendin’, something real is what we want
‘Cause we need the love of God, oh, we need the love of God

Outro:
Yeah, we need the love of God, oh, we need the love of God

Song by Rend Collective

Written by Elias Dummer, Gareth Gilkeson and Chris Llewellyn

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