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He Who Began A Good Work In You Chords

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G  Bm  Am7          D7      G  Bm Am7 D7
He who began a good work in you
G  Bm  Am7          D7      B7
He who began a good work in you
         Am7                 D7
Will be faithful to complete it
         Am7                  D7
He'll be faithful to complete it
        C          G
He who started the work
           Am7        D7           G  Bm Am7 D7
Will be faithful to complete it in you

         G            Bm
If the struggle you're facing
    Em7      G            C
Is slowly replacing your hope
With despair
       D          C
Or the process is long
            D           D7
And you're losing your song
       G   Am7 D7
In the night
G          Bm            Em7
You can be sure that the Lord
Has His hand on you
Safe and secure
He will never abandon you
D            C
You are His treasure
   D              D7         G   Am7 D7
And He finds His pleasure in you
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