What He's Done

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Verse 1

See on the hill of Calvary
My Savior bled for me
My Jesus set me free
Look at the wounds that give me life
Grace flowing from His side
No greater sacrifice

Chorus 1

What He's done
What He's done
All the glory and the honor
To the Son
My sins are forgiven
My future is Heaven
I praise God
For what He's done

Verse 2

Sing for the freedom He has won
Even death is dead and done
His life has overcome
Speak say the Name above all names
Over every broken place
He is risen from the grave

Chorus 2

What He's done
What He's done
All the glory and the honor
To the Son
My sins are forgiven
My future is Heaven
I praise God
For what He's done

Verse 3

Now on a throne of majesty
The Father's will complete
He reigns in victory
Sing hallelujah to the King
He is worthy to receive
All the worship we can bring

Chorus 2

What He's done
What He's done
All the glory and the honor
To the Son
My sins are forgiven
My future is Heaven
I praise God
For what He's done

Chorus 3

What He's done
What He's done
All the glory and the honor
To the Son
My sins are forgiven
My future is Heaven
I praise God
For what He's done
I praise God
For what He's done

What He's Done - In the Bible [Verses & Devotional]

The song “What He’s Done” by Passion is a powerful reminder of the incredible sacrifice Jesus made for us on the cross. The lyrics remind us of the grace and mercy that Jesus showed us by dying for our sins. We can look to the cross and be reminded of the love and forgiveness that Jesus offers us. 

The Bible tells us in Romans 5:8, “But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.” Jesus died for us even though we were sinners. He showed us grace and mercy and gave us a way to be forgiven. 

The song also reminds us of the victory that Jesus won over death. In 1 Corinthians 15:55-57, it says, “Where, O death, is your victory? Where, O death, is your sting? The sting of death is sin, and the power of sin is the law. But thanks be to God! He gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.” Jesus conquered death and gave us the victory. 

The song also reminds us to give glory and honor to the Son. We can do this by praising God for all that He has done. We can thank Him for His grace and mercy and for the victory He won over death. We can also thank Him for the hope and future He has given us. 

Let us take a moment to reflect on the incredible sacrifice Jesus made for us and to give Him all the glory and honor He deserves. Let us thank Him for what He has done and for the hope and future He has given us.