[Video+Audio] Jonathan McReynolds – Cathedral

[Video+Audio] Jonathan McReynolds – Cathedral

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‘Make a Cathedral out of me’ is the most prominent part of the lyrics of Jonathan McReynolds‘ new song ‘Cathedral’.

The over three minutes song identifies with the moments of throwing ourselves unto God and asking Him to do with us what He pleases, just like in the porter’s house.

Jonathan McReynolds recently made history by being the first gospel artiste to have released a full-length visual album for his recent project ‘People‘.

As he continues to break new ground, McReynolds who is regarded as the sound of the new gospel music has garnered love for his music across the globe. His new project ‘People’ in totality is a heartfelt prayer that God will deliver him from the frustration caused by people.

 

 

Lyrics of Cathedral by Jonathan McReynolds

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I don’t have a perfect record
I still have a blemished heart
I don’t have much worth without Ya
I am good because You are

Take this lump of clay and
Build Yourself a place in it

Make a cathedral out of me
Make a cathedral out of me
Make a cathedral out of me
Make a cathedral out of me

I feel small just talking to Ya
Wondering what You think of me
I don’t have to much to say
You still listen when I sing

Take this lump of clay and
Make Yourself an instrument

Make a cathedral out of me
Make a cathedral out of me
Make a cathedral out of me
Make a cathedral out of me

You see the light in the dark
You make a temple inside of my heart
You see the saint inside every sinner

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Take Your lump of clay and
Love it till it can’t resist

Make a cathedral out of me
Make a cathedral out of me
Make a cathedral out of me
Make a cathedral out of me
Make a believer out of me

Make a believer out of me
Make a man of God out of me
Make a worshipper out of me
Make a cathedral out of me

Make this six-foot lump of clay, look more like You everyday

 

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