Isn't He
Introduction

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Intro

Dm Bb F C
                                                                                                          

Verse 1

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Captivator of the searching h eart
F C
This   Jesus how   precious
Dm Bb
Mender of a million shattered   parts
F C
This   Jesus re lentless

Pre-Chorus

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Oh    oh    oh           this   Jesus this   Jesus

Chorus

F C
   So wonderful      so beautiful
Dm Bb
   So kind and lovely      Isn't He Isn't He
F C
   Beyond compare      treasure rich and rare
Dm Bb Bb
   Marvelous and holy      Isn't He Isn't He?     

Verse 2

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Giver of a grace that none could   earn
F C
This   Jesus ex travagant
Dm Bb
Keeper of His promise and His   word
F C
Such   goodness such   faithfulness

Chorus

F C
   So wonderful      so beautiful
Dm Bb
   So kind and lovely      Isn't He Isn't He
F C
   Beyond compare      treasure rich and rare
Dm Bb
   Marvelous and holy      Isn't He Isn't He

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F C Dm Bb
                                                                                                          

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F C
And   You alone be   honored and adored
Dm Bb
And   You alone be   glorified and praised
F C
And   You alone be   honored and adored
Dm Bb
yeah   you alone be   glorified and praised
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And   You alone will   reign forevermore
F/C Bb/D
And   You alone are the   Name above all names
F/A Bb
Yes   You alone will   reign forevermore
F/C Bb/D Bb
And   You alone are the   Name above all   names

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F C
   So wonderful      so beautiful
Dm Bb
   So kind and lovely      Isn't He Isn't He
F C
   Beyond compare      treasure rich and rare
Dm Bb
   Marvelous and holy      Isn't He Isn't He

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F C Dm Bb
                                                                                                          
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Devotional

Isn't He

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He is the radiance of the glory of God and the exact imprint of his nature, and he upholds the universe by the word of his power. (Hebrews 1:3).

 

Of all the wonders in the world — the steepest mountains, the grandest canyons, the widest oceans — none compares with the Son sent from heaven. If we think we have seen the full extent of who he is, we are deceived. We cannot fathom just how breathtaking he is. Have we forgotten? When was the last time you were mesmerized by Jesus?

 

If he does not captivate us anymore, it is not because he lacks anything. “He is the radiance of the glory of God and the exact imprint of his nature, and he upholds the universe by the word of his power” (Hebrews 1:3). Jesus radiates the beauty and worth of God, embodying infinite wisdom, justice, strength, and love perfectly and forever. His carries every continent, planet, and galaxy with less than a pinky — with just a sound from his mouth. 

 

He orders each wave in the Pacific Ocean to rise and fall as he pleases. He feeds every blue jay and hummingbird every single meal, and decides the height and hue of each blade of grass in every field on earth. Seven billion people will take their next breath because, and only because, he gives it to them (Acts 17:25).

 

And yet, we often yawn.

 

When You Could Not See

 

Sometimes we yawn because we forget what it means to see at all. We were born so blind that even the blazing brightness of his glory could not break through (2 Corinthians 4:4). Satan had boarded up every sliver of every window in our hearts. Our retinas saw everything they see now, and yet, nothing. We saw the surface of reality, but missed the source of reality. But then the Author of sight gave us a new prescription and introduced us, for the very first time, to true wonder.

 

“God, who said, ‘Let light shine out of darkness,’ has shone in our hearts to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ” (2 Corinthians 4:6). If light has flooded your heart, God put it there. God ended your aching search for happiness, and mended the shattered pieces of your heart. He pulled back the curtains of sin and shame, held up the brilliance of his Son, and sent his Spirit to open your eyes wider and wider to himself.

 

The next time you open the Bible looking for Jesus, remember that not everyone who can read can really see. If we knew what we had been given, we would not take it for granted — we would not yawn. We would tremble, and rejoice, and gaze at him in his word.

 

When Did You See?

 

We also yawn because we do not give ourselves time to wonder.

 

When did you see him for the first time? For every follower of Jesus, there was a time when he went from interesting to stunning, from intriguing to mouth-stopping, from inspiring to everything — from great man to God himself. When we fed on his word those first few weeks, we ate like we had never had a real meal. When we drank the living water from his well, we barely stopped to breathe. Like the man who sold all he had, we had found our pearl of great price, our treasure beyond compare. Wasn’t he marvelous?

 

We lose that sense of awe when we don’t give ourselves time to gaze. How extravagant could he possibly look if we only ever give him a few minutes here and there? A thousand other things eat away at the precious minutes we used to spend at his feet. If Satan cannot keep us from seeing the light of Christ, he will do everything he can to direct our attention elsewhere — to fix our eyes on anything but Jesus. 

 

If we want to see the wonders in him, if we want him to take our breath away again, we will have to keep Satan (and everyone and everything else) at bay long enough each day to see.

 

Lovely and Relentless

 

Give your life to gazing at Jesus in his word, and you will not be bored — and you will not see all of him. “He is the image of the invisible God” (Colossians 1:15). If we yawn, shame on us. 

 

There is more power in him than in all the waves in all the oceans. There is more wisdom in him than in all the world’s universities. There is more purity in him than in the finest pearl and diamond. There is more courage in him than the bravest soldiers in the fiercest wars. There is more gentleness in him than in a mother with her newborn. There is more justice in him than any human court or judge. There is more love in him than we have ever known or felt. And that power, that wisdom, that love — that radiance— came to earth and died for you, “making peace by the blood of his cross” (Colossians 1:20).

 

He is wonderful and beautiful, righteous and mighty, marvelous and holy, isn’t he?