My Deliverer – John Boruff

Cover of Rich Mullins’ “My Deliverer” from The Jesus Record.

[Capo 5th fret]

Am                                           F          C
Joseph took his wife and her child and they went to Africa
F              Am               E
To escape the rage of a deadly king
Am                                         F              C
There along the banks of the Nile,  Jesus listened to the song 
F                 Am                E
That the captive children used to sing, they were singing:

Am   G          Am      F    C       G           F         F G
My Deliverer is coming, My Deliverer is standing by 
Am   G          Am      F    C       G           F         F G
My Deliverer is coming, My Deliverer is standing by 

Am                               F                        C
Through a dry and thirsty land, water from the Kenyan heights 
F                        Am         E
Pours itself out of Lake Sangra's broken heart 
Am                                F                    C
There in the Sahara winds, Jesus heard the whole world cry
F                 Am                       E
for the healing that would flow from His own scars, 

the world was singing...

Am   G          Am      F    C       G           F         F G
My Deliverer is coming, My Deliverer is standing by 
Am   G          Am      F    C       G           F         F 
My Deliverer is coming, My Deliverer is standing by 

F                       Am               C     G   F       G
He will never break His promise He has written it upon the sky

Am   G          Am      F    C       G           F         F G
My Deliverer is coming, My Deliverer is standing by 
Am   G          Am      F    C       G           F         F G
My Deliverer is coming, My Deliverer is standing by 

F                       Am                C        G    
I will never doubt His promise though I doubt my heart, 
   F       G
I doubt my eyes
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About John Boruff

John Boruff is a husband, father, blogger, and life insurance agent.
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