6 Visuals for Born That We May Have Life

"Born That We May Have Life"

Chris Tomlin

6 Visuals for Born That We May Have Life bring the Christmas story to your walls and screens. From simple manger scene, to elegant stills, take your audience on a journey this Christmas Eve. This is a great song to proclaim the true reason for the Christmas season.

6 Visuals for Born That We May Have Life

6 Visuals for Born That We May Have Life

Lyrics: “Born That We May Have Life”

No reputation, no stately bearing
No palace bed for royalty
But a star in the Heavens, a sign full of wonder
Announcing the coming of the King of kings
Rejoice, o world, your Savior has come
Through the love of a virgin’s womb
Son of God, Son of man, born that we may have life
You were born that we may have life
A throne in a manger, the cross in a cradle
The hidden revealing this glorious plan
Of a Child who would suffer, a Child who would conquer
The sin of every woman, the sin of every man
Rejoice, o world, your Savior has come
Through the love of a virgin’s womb
Son of God, son of man, born that we may have life
You were born that we may have life
Rejoice, o world, your Savior has come
Through the love of a virgin’s womb
Son of God, Son of man
You were born that we may have life
Rejoice, o world, your Savior has come
Through the love of a virgin’s womb
Son of God, Son of man, born that we may have life
You were born that we may have life
You were born that we may have life
Rejoice, o world, rejoice
Rejoice, o world, Hallelujah, the Savior has come
Rejoice, o world, join with the angels
Rejoice, o world, rejoice
Rejoice, o world, for the King of kings
And the Lord of lords
Rejoice, o world, a Savior is born
Who brings us life and brings peace
Born that we may have life
You were born that we may have life
You were born that we may have life
Tim Southwick

Author Tim Southwick

Tim is the Brand Manager for TripleWide Media. He has 10 years experience in the event management world and has a strong desire to see visuals and media used to increase the user experience.

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