Arrival

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Intro

Verse 1

Who is God that He would 
take our frame 
The artisan inside the 
paint     
Or breathe the very air 
His breath sustains
The architect inside the 
plan      

Chorus

Oh come now, hail His 
arrival, the God of
crea - tion
Royalty robed in the 
flesh He crea - ted      
Jesus, the maker, has 
made Himself known
All hail the infinite 
in - fant God      

Interlude

Verse 2

The One who had no start 
and knows no end 
Became confined in time
and tense 
The Everlasting God, the 
Great I Am 
In the mercy of a mother's 
hands

Bridge

The One who holds the 
stars in the 
creases of His hands 
Is the One who holds my 
heart like a 
mother once held Him 
The One who knows what 
lies where
space has run it's course 
Embraced a baby's mind 
and now I can
know my God
The monarch of the stars, the 
King above
all kings
The ruler of my heart, and 
the Saviour for my sins
The One who sees what lies in 
each and ev'ry soul
Embraced our finite eyes and now 
we can see our God

Vamp

The holy Word of God defined 
by name
The author climbed inside the 
page

Interlude

Refrain

God embraced our 
Frame when He graced the 
world He made, All hail the 
divine in a manger
Love embraced our 
Fate when the playwright 
took the stage All hail the 
arrival of our Maker

Arrival - In the Bible [Verses & Devotional]

We can all agree that God is an amazing and powerful being. He is the creator of all things and the one who holds the stars in the creases of His hands. He is the one who knows what lies where space has run its course. He is the monarch of the stars, the King above all kings, and the ruler of our hearts. 

The song “Arrival” by Hillsong Worship speaks of the amazing power of God and His arrival in the world. The lyrics remind us that God is the artisan inside the paint, the architect inside the plan, and the one who had no start and knows no end. He is the Everlasting God, the Great I Am, and He became confined in time and tense. 

The song also speaks of how God embraced our frame when He graced the world He made and how love embraced our fate when the playwright took the stage. This is a reminder of the amazing love that God has for us and how He sent His son, Jesus, to save us from our sins. 

The Bible speaks of this love in many places. In John 3:16, it says “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.” This verse reminds us of the great love that God has for us and how He sent His son to die for us. 

In Romans 5:8, it says “But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.” This verse reminds us of how God loved us even when we were sinners and how He sent His son to die for us. 

The song “Arrival” by Hillsong Worship is a reminder of the amazing love that God has for us and how He sent His son to save us from our sins. We can take comfort in knowing that God loves us and that He will always be with us.