Gary Rea- Forever Grateful (Worship Song)





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Published on Jul 9, 2009

Up and down I'm up and down
Amazing grace how sweet the sound
I don't know where I'd be without Your hand
You've been with me all a long
Softly singing me Your song
I don't know where I'd be without Your hand

I'm forever grateful
And forever I'll sing
Forever I'll fall at Your forever feet

Saved me from what could have been
And showed me love I'd never seen
I don't know where I'd be without Your hand
Even when I turn away
You took me back and let me stay
I don't know where I'd be without Your hand

Your forever feet
Your beautiful feet
Your nail scared feet
Your powerful feet
Walked the earth like a servant
Crushed the head of the serpent
Bore the cross of my rebellion
Took the nails for my forgiveness


Gary Rea is a worship leader and song writer from Cape Town, South Africa. Him and his family are now based in San Clemente, California. Gary has been writing and singing worship songs since he was 11 years old and from that very young age has felt God's call on his life to be in music ministry. After high school he attended Bible College in Cape Town for 3 years during which time he started an outreach and worship band with his close friends called, "Peculiar People Band". Gary was the singer and song writer for the group who travelled extensively throughout South Africa, U.K. and the United States, sharing Jesus through music and leading people into worship. These days Gary is the worship director at "Heritage Christian Fellowship" where he leads worship regularly on Sunday mornings. He also does a fair amount of travelling around to other churches and venues to lead people in worship. His goal is to stay focused on his calling to lead worship and to write and record songs that glorify God!

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