Lord I Lift Your Name On High Meaning

Lord I Lift Your Name On High was recorded by MercyMe that appears on their album Traces of Rain, Volume 1 which was released on 1996 but both lyrics and music were written by Rick Founds in 1989.

This song is a cycle of redemption and it was compared with the water cycle. We should know that God is our Creator. He is our Lord God and as a result we should thank and praise His name on high.

We must praise Him for His unending mercy. Our salvation is from God and He gave many spiritual blessing to us. As a response we must praise His glory. As a Human being we should give Him a truly praise that He deserves.  Our Lord is so Good. God is love.  Lord I Lift Your Name On High! Amen!


Lord I lift Your name on high
Lord I love to sing Your praises
I’m so glad You’re in my life
I’m so glad You came to save us

You came from heaven to earth
To show the way
From the earth to the cross
My debt to pay
From the cross to the grave
From the grave to the sky
Lord I lift Your name on high

Psalm 148:13 – “Let them praise the name of the Lord, for his name alone is exalted; his splendor is above the earth and the heavens.”


4 thoughts on “Lord I Lift Your Name On High Meaning”

  1. I love the MercyMe version! I was pretty sure the song was older than that though. I looked it up, and the earliest date I found was in 1989 sung by Rick Founds. I did not know that! : ) Keep spreading the word of music !


  2. Cause me to hear thy lovingkindness in the morning; for in thee do I trust: cause me to know the way wherein I should walk; for I lift up my soul unto thee. Psalm 143:8


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