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Grace Unmeasured

Grace unmeasured, vast and free
That knew me from eternity
That called me out before my birth
To bring You glory on this earth

Grace amazing, pure and deep
That saw me in my misery
That took my curse and owned my blame
So I could bear your righteous name

Grace (grace, grace)
Paid for my sins and brought me to life
Grace (grace, grace)
Clothes me with pow’r to do what is right
Grace (grace, grace)
Will lead me to heav’n where I’ll see Your face
And never cease to thank you for Your grace

Grace abounding, strong and true
That makes me long to be like You
That turns me from my selfish pride
To love the cross on which You died

Grace unending, all my days
You’ll give me strength to run this race
And when my years on earth are through
The praise will all belong to You

© 2005, Bob Kauflin,
From Worship God Live. MP3 Sample


  1. On which note, I've been wondering how can we get hold of Sovereign Grace CDs? They say distributed by Kevin Mayhue in UK but my Dad hasn't managed to get hold of them for me. Did you get online?

  2. I either get them online so you get US prices plus postage which is still quite cheap...

    Or through the Sovereign Grace church in Bristol (Grace Church) cos we know some wonderful people there. (Chiefly, the pastor Nathan, ex-Relay Nathan from last year, and Matt who was UWE Relay about 3 years ago).

  3. As Dave says, at Grace Church we have a bunch of CD's and other Sovereign Grace materials that we can post out to you, including the two CD's reviewed by Dave (Awesome God & Worship God), CJ & Josh's books, etc. Feel free to send an email to for further details.

  4. Woohoo, tanks a million. I can't buy from the Sovereign Grace store online as I don't have a credit card, so I'll email - thanks.


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