Matthew Stemme

Matthew Stemme

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Country - General | Santa Clarita, California, United States
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Member Since: 2010
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Song Description

God reigns no matter the political season

Story Behind the Song

I wrote it in response to where our country is and what we have come through with the elections. We must be good stewards of our democracy and respectful of the right to vote and take part in our elections. However, we must also recognize that who it is that controls the affairs of men. With that, I submit to the One who reigns no matter the political season or who it is that resides in the White House. There is also something very powerful about a people who humbly submit to God. May God bless our country. May He respond with His loving hand upon this land. This people. In the book of Nehemiah, the scattered and lost people of God return. They gather together, open His word, and seek His leading. With weeping they are reminded by Nehemiah, that the Joy of the Lord will be our strength. In Isaiah, we are told that the government will rest upon His shoulders--this mighty counselor, this mighty God, this Prince of Peace. 2 Chronicles tells us that if we--God's people, will humble ourselves, pray, and seek His face, that He will hear from heaven and heal our land. Praise His holy name, and let His glory reign.

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Lyrics

WE COME IN AWE, OF YOUR HOLY WORD
WE BOW DOWN AS WE RETURN
TO HUMBLY LIVE BY YOUR COMMAND
OH HEAR FROM HEAVEN AND HEAL OUR LAND

Chorus 1
LET HIM REIGN
LET HIM REIGN
MAY THE JOY OF THE LORD, BE OUR STRENGTH
LET HIM REIGN
LET HIM REIGN
SEA TO SHINNING SEA
LET HIS GLORY REIGN - (FOREVER)
LET HIS GLORY REIGN

WE KNEEL TO PRAY BEFORE YOUR GRACE
WE RISE AS ONE TO SEEK YOUR FACE
WITH LIFTED HANDS IN PRIASE WE STAND
OH HEAR FROM HEAVEN AND HEAL OUR LAND

Chorus 1

Bridge
MIGHTY GOD, PRINCE OF PEACE
ON YOUR SHOULDERS, OUR NATION KEEP
OVER THE MOUNTAINS, ON THE PLAINS
UNDER GOD, ONE NATION RAISE

Chorus 2
LET HIM REIGN
LET HIM REIGN
MAY THE JOY OF THE LORD BE OUR STRENGTH
LET HIM REIGN
LET HIM REIGN
SEA TO SHINNING SEA
LET HIM REIGN
LET HIM REIGN
LET HIS GLORY REIGN - (FOREVER)


Tag
PRAISE HIS HOLY NAME, AND LET HIS GLORY REIGN

Associated Videos

Video - Let Him Reign
Let Him Reign

Let Him reign Story Behind the Song I wrote it in response to where our country is and what we have come through with the elections. We must be good stewards of our democracy and respectful of the right to vote and take part in our elections. However, we must also recognize that who it is that controls the affairs of men. With that, I submit to the One who reigns no matter the political season or who it is that resides in the White House. There is also something very powerful about a people who humbly submit to God. May God bless our country. May He respond with His loving hand upon this land. This people. In the book of Nehemiah, the scattered and lost people of God return. They gather together, open His word, and seek His leading. With weeping they are reminded by Nehemiah, that the Joy of the Lord will be our strength. In Isaiah, we are told that the government will rest upon His shoulders--this mighty counselor, this mighty God, this Prince of Peace. 2 Chronicles tells us that if we--God's people, will humble ourselves, pray, and seek His face, that He will hear from heaven and heal our land. Praise His holy name, and let His glory reign.

Song Length
3:19
Genres
Country - Religious, Classical - Religious
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Endearing, Engaging

Subject Matter
Spirituality, Joy

Similar Artist
Third day
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Matthew Stemme
Producer Credits Gary Carter gcmusic1.com
Performance Credits Adam Cunningham vocals