How High, How Wide, How Deep (Featuring Kurtis Parks and Joel Buckner of National Community Church, Washington, DC) Here is love, vast as the ocean Loving kindness as a flood When the Prince of Life became our ransom Shed for us His precious blood Who His love will not remember? Who can cease to sing His praise? He can never be forgotten Throughout heaven’s eternal days How high, how wide, how deep Is the Father’s love for me How high, how wide, how deep Is the love of Christ in me On the mount of crucifixion Fountains opened deep and wide Through the floodgates of God’s mercy Flowed a vast and gracious tide Grace and love, like mighty rivers Poured incessant from above And heaven’s peace and perfect justice Kissed a guilty world in love In truth You do direct me By Your Spirit through Your Word Your grace my need is meeting I trust in You, my Lord Of Your fullness You are pouring Your great love and power anew Without measure, full and boundless Drawing out my heart to You My heart to You Written by William Rees (PD), William Williams (PD), William Edwards (PD), Stephen Petree (BMI) © 2014 Common Hymnal Digital (BMI) (admin by CapitolCMGPublishing.com). All rights reserved. Used by permission. This hymn was known as "the love song of the Welsh Revival" of 1904-5, which brought over 150,000 new converts into the churches and had a direct impact on what happened in Azusa Street in 1906.