I’ve been looking forward to the release of the colloborative album of Matt Boswell and Matt Papa.
The album, His Mercy Is More contains songs that both of them have previously released along with some new material.
Released by Getty Music, it’s notable in that previous releases by that label have predominantly featured the work of Keith and Kristyn Getty, working with others.
This time, though both Gettys are involved, Boswell and Papa take the lead.
Their previous releases have moved more and more toward songs that are truly singable in corporate assembly, and have tremendous lyrics.

Here’s My Saviour’s Love (What Tongue Could Tell)

What tongue could tell my Savior’s love
What song of angels could describe
Could endless praises be enough
To echo full His sacrifice
How worthy is the Lamb of God
Beyond all might or skill of pen
Still we confess and strain towards
Such mystery and magnificence
My Savior’s love
My Savior’s love
What could compare
What tongue could tell my Savior’s love
What tune could carry on its wings
The beauty of that final breath
What words dare paint the awesome scene
When God stood in the stead of man
When Jesus Christ the radiant One
Took on the shadows of our hate
Then rose again just as the sun
With light and power in fullest grace
And when in death this tongue is stilled
My song of life has reached the end
Though as a flower I may wilt
This everlasting truth will stand
No death or life could separate
Me from the love of Christ my Lord
This hope is sure from age to age
My song will be forevermore.

Words and Music: Matt Boswell, Matt Papa, Keith Getty
© ©2019 Getty Music Publishing (BMI) / Messenger Hymns (BMI) / Getty Music Hymns and Songs (ASCAP) / Love Your Enemies Publishing (ASCAP) / Adm by MusicServices.org

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