1,000 Names Acoustic Guitar

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Intro

Eb/G Bb/F Bb²/D Eb²
                                                          
Eb/G Bb/F Bb²/D Eb²
                                                          

Verse 1

Eb/Gm Bb/F Bb²/D Eb²
I call You   Maker       You give   life an eternal   spark
Eb/Gm Bb/F Bb²/D Eb²
I call You   Healer       You can   mend any broken   heart
Eb/Gm Bb/F Bb²/D Eb²
I call You   Faithful   Father You finish   everything You s tart
Eb/Gm Bb/F Bb²/D Eb²
My soul was   made          to respond                 

Chorus 1

Eb/Gm Bb/F
I know You by a t housand na mes
Bb²/D Eb²
And You de serve every singl e one
Eb/Gm Bb/F
You've given me a   million wa ys
Bb²/D Eb²
To be a mazed at what You' ve done
Bb Cm Bb²/D Eb²
And I am   lost in w onder at   all You   do
Eb/Gm Bb/F
I know You by a t housand na mes
Bb²/D Eb²
And I'll   sing them back to   You

Turn

Eb/G Bb/F Bb²/D Eb²
                                                          

Verse 2

Eb/G Bb/F Bb²/D Eb²
Your love is b oundless        be yond what I could   dream
Eb/G Bb/F Bb²/D Eb²
Your grace is   patient        You're   never giving up on   me
Eb/G Bb/F Bb²/D Eb²
I call You   Bondage- Breaker You're   handing out the prison   keys
Eb/G Bb/F Bb²/D Eb²
My soul was   made            to be free                 

Chorus 1

Eb/Gm Bb/F
I know You by a t housand na mes
Bb²/D Eb²
And You de serve every singl e one
Eb/Gm Bb/F
You've given me a   million wa ys
Bb²/D Eb²
To be a mazed at what You' ve done
Bb Cm Bb²/D Eb²
And I am   lost in w onder at   all You   do
Eb/Gm Bb/F
I know You by a t housand na mes
Bb²/D Eb²
And I'll   sing them back to   You

Turn (2X)

Eb/G Bb/F Bb²/D Eb²
                                                          

Bridge 1

Bb Cm
You are   Rock of Ages You're the   Great I Am
Gm Eb
You are   King forever the be ginning and the end
Bb Cm
You are   Lord and Servant You're the   Son of Man
Gm Eb
You're the   Lion of Judah You're the   Risen Lamb

Bridge 2

Bb Cm
You're the   Second Adam here to   lead us home
Gm Eb
You are Y ahweh's glory now re vealed in flesh and bone
Bb Cm
You are   Ocean-Parter You will   make a way
Bb/D Eb
You are   Death-Defeater You have   risen from the grave

Bridge 3

Bb Cm Bb/D Eb
You are   full of   mercy You are   rich in   love
Bb/F Bb/D Eb
You are   Jesus Messiah the   One True   God

Chorus 2

Eb/Gm Bb/F
I know You by a t housand na mes
Bb²/D Eb²
And You de serve every singl e one
Eb/Gm Bb/F
You've given me a   million wa ys
Bb²/D Eb²
Oh I'm a mazed I'm am azed

Chorus 1

Eb/Gm Bb/F
I know You by a t housand na mes
Bb²/D Eb²
And You de serve every singl e one
Eb/Gm Bb/F
You've given me a   million wa ys
Bb²/D Eb²
To be a mazed at what You' ve done
Bb Cm Bb²/D Eb²
And I am   lost in w onder at   all You   do
Eb/Gm Bb/F
I know You by a t housand na mes
Bb²/D Eb²
And I'll   sing them back to   You

Outro

Eb/G Bb/F Bb²/D Eb²
                                                          
Eb/G Bb/F Bb²/D Eb²
                                                          

Devotional

1,000 Names

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1,000 Names


“The Lord descended in the cloud and stood with him there, and proclaimed the name of the Lord. The Lord passed before him and proclaimed, “The Lord, the Lord, a God merciful and gracious, slow to anger, and abounding in steadfast love and faithfulness…” - Exodus 34:5-6


This is one of the most monumental moments of Scripture. As Moses is on Mount Sinai receiving the second set of the law, God “proclaimed the name of the Lord.” What’s interesting is that He doesn’t just say His name and stop there. He starts listing out adjectives, meanings, and characteristics of who He is. He’s merciful and gracious, and also slow to anger. He is abounding in steadfast love and faithfulness, and also forgiving of iniquity, transgression, and sin. Now there are several names of God in the scriptures, like Yahweh, Jehovah-Jireh, etc. But the name of God is so much more than one word, as it contains countless meanings and descriptions that attempt to encapsulate the infinite God within finite language.


“I know You by a thousand names

And You deserve every single one

You’ve given me a million ways

To be amazed at what You’ve done

And I am lost in wonder at all You do

I know You by a thousand names

And I’ll sing them back to You”


There aren’t enough names, words, or ways to fully explain who God is. He deserves endless praise, and countless testimonies for all He’s done. His character informs our worship, as we thank Him for His goodness and His faithfulness. When we sing about the names and character of God, we learn to relate to Him in a new way. When I was broken-hearted, He was my healer. When I was enslaved to sin, He was my bondage-breaker. When I was overwhelmed, he became my ocean-parter. He meets us with who He is in our broken moments and changes everything.


When we sing about a different attribute of God, we’re reminded of how He’s been faithful in that area of our lives. This is helpful to practice as we remember who God is and what He’s done. Gratitude leads us to a renewed thirst for the things of God. All throughout Scripture emphasis is placed on God’s people remembering what He has done for them. Gratitude is powerful; it informs our worship and our very lives. When we remember who God is and what He’s done, it changes us. 


“I remember the days of old; I meditate on all that you have done; I ponder the work of your hands. I stretch out my hands to you; my soul thirsts for you like a parched land.” - Psalm 143:5-6


In this psalm, we’re shown the progression from remembrance to gratitude to desire. The psalm starts out with the author, David, desperately asking God for mercy. He feels pressed in by the enemy, and his soul is weary and dismayed. But what’s interesting is that in verse 3 he transitions to thinking about what God has done before. He dwells on the faithfulness of God and the good works of His hand. Then a shift happens in the Psalm, moving from almost depressing language to a genuine desire for God Himself.


When we remember and meditate on the good works of God, it affects our souls. When we focus our minds on heavenly things and practice gratitude, that act of worship becomes our comfort and renews our affections for Jesus. All we can do when we consider the things God has done, and the beauty and meaning in His very name, is sing back to Him. He deserves every single name, every single song, and every single prayer. He is worthy of it all.