Writer: © Jamie Wolf
Description: A stirring anthem that is a call to action to fight for justice on behalf of the voiceless and usher in the kingdom of God.
Scripture: Romans 12:21, Proverbs 31:8-9
Function: Easter, Benediction
Other: This song was originally written in response to the crisis of human trafficking. It has been performed in both major and minor keys.
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We have not arrived
The battle is not won
We still have a dream
And we shall overcome
So we'll sing for freedom
We will pray for peace
We will fight for justice
Until they are released
For we believe that day is coming soon
When our struggle will be done
Yes we will
We can still
All songs were written with careful attention to being easily singable for congregations, theologically sound, and musically compelling.