ADOPTED BY THE CROSS

What kind of love would take me in
Run & greet me with a kiss
You see my rags & filthy stains
So unworthy of Your grace
What kind of love would take me in

Who am I to wear this robe
Or receive the love You’ve shown
You know that cross was meant for me
That’s Your Son upon that tree
Who am I to wear this robe

We thank You for The Cross
No greater act of love
Than when my Savior paid it all
The debt that I could never pay
I wasn’t worth the cost
But I have been adopted by The Cross

You finish what You start
It isn’t in Your Father-heart
To abandon sons & daughters.
Your only Son was slaughtered
To finish what You start

We thank You for The Cross
No greater act of love
Than when my Savior paid it all
The debt that I could never pay
I wasn’t worth the cost
But I have been adopted by The Cross

What other death could bring us life?
What other tomb could testify?
The grave is empty. Christ has won!
We are daughters. We are sons.
We're adopted by the cross

We thank You for The Cross
No greater act of love
Than when my Savior paid it all
The debt that I could never pay
I wasn’t worth the cost
But I have been adopted by The Cross

What kind of orphan has a home like this?
What kind of family has a father like You?
I’m at home in Your arms
I’m at home in Your arms

What kind of orphan has a home like this?
What kind of family has a father like You?
I’m at home in Your arms
I’m at home in Your arms

We’re at home in Your arms
We’re at home in Your arms

We thank You for The Cross
No greater act of love
Than when my Savior paid it all
The debt that I could never pay
I wasn’t worth the cost
But I have been adopted by The Cross