Charity Gayle – Psalm 100 (Enter In) [Download Mp3, Lyrics]

Download Charity Gayle – Psalm 100 (Enter In)

A really good singer named Charity Gayle made a new song called Psalm 100 (Enter In). Additionally, this new release comes from their newly released album titled Lord You Are My Song.

There is a really good song called Psalm 100 (Enter In) that is the first song on an album called Lord You Are My Song. The album has 16 really good songs that will make you feel happy and blessed.

This song is really cool and catchy, and you’ll want to listen to it over and over again. Plus, if you like it, you can add it to your music collection.

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Lyrics: Charity Gayle – Psalm 100 (Enter In)

Shout joyfully to the Lord, all the earth
Come worshiping before the throne of God
For the Lord, He is good and His love endures
Forever

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So we enter in, into His gates
Bringing words of praise and offerings of thanksgiving
So we enter in, to bless His name
Lifting holy hands in honor of our King

So happy to walk into your courts (Jesus)
Jesus you are the one that we adore
Your majesty, we bow before You, Lord
For the Lord, He is good and His love endures
For the Lord, He is good and His love endures
Forever

So we enter in, into His gates
Bringing words of praise and offerings of thanksgiving
So we enter in, to bless His name
Lifting holy hands in honor of our King

Omnipotent, amazing, our God will reign forever
Magnificent, breathtaking, our God will reign forever
Omnipotent, amazing, our God will reign forever
Magnificent, breathtaking

So we enter in, into His gates
Bringing words of praise and offerings of thanksgiving
So we enter in, to bless His name
Lifting holy hands in honor of our King

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For the Lord, He is good and His love endures
For the Lord, He is good and His love endures
For the Lord, He is good and His love endures
Forever

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