Paul Baloche, “All Because of the Cross”

Paul Baloche’s new Christian Soft AC/Inspo single, “All Because of the Cross,” stands to become another worship classic. It combines verses from the classic “Nothing But the Blood,” and integrates an original chorus. Clearly written for communal worship, “All Because of the Cross” is powerful beyond words. This track is lifted off the Christian journeyman artist’s latest, “The Same Love.”

ALL BECAUSE OF THE CROSS Lyrics
Paul Baloche

VERSE 1
What can wash a- way my sin, nothing but the blood of Jesus
What can make me whole again, nothing but the blood of Jesus

VERSE 2
For my pardon this I see, nothing but the blood of Jesus
For my cleansing this my plea, nothing but the blood of Jesus

CHORUS
All because of the cross we are white as snow
All be- cause of what You’ve done
There’s a cleansing flow for all who come
Lord, we come

VERSE 3
This is all my hope and peace, nothing but the blood of Jesus
This is all my righteousness, nothing but the blood of Jesus

CHORUS
All because of the cross we are white as snow
All be- cause of what You’ve done there’s a cleansing flow
All because of the cross we are white as snow
All be- cause of what You’ve done
There’s a cleansing flow for all who come

Lord, we come
Lord, we come
Lord, we come

Oh, the blood of Jesus
Oh, the blood of Jesus
Oh, the blood of Jesus
Oh, the blood of Jesus
On the cross, our sin erased
In Your death, our life was raised
On the cross, our sin erased
In Your death, our life was raised 

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