Gungor – Dry Bones

Posted: February 17, 2010 in Gungor, The Michael Gungor Band

Lyrics: Gungor

Photo: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/exhibition/historicalanatomies/home.html

Full Lyrics:

Dry Bones
my soul cries out
my soul cries out for you

these bones cry out
these dry bones cry for you
to live and move
only You
can raise the dead
lift my head up

Jesus, You’re the one who saves us
Constantly creates us into something new
Jesus You’re the one who finds us
Surely our Messiah will make all things new

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Comments
  1. John Best says:

    Powerful image. Can I use it to finish off a talk I’m doing on Ez 37 this weekend?

    • herriseone says:

      Of course you can. If you get the chance can you credit back to the site? If it’s not possible, please don’t worry about it. Just glad you enjoyed the graphic 🙂

  2. […] Oct I found this picture on the Visual Devotions blog.  While looking for the lyrics to Gungor’s “Dry Bones” and stumbled upon […]

    • Monty says:

      wow. this is an incredible image, that brings this song to life. keep it up, i’d love to see more and more of these in collaboration with songs…they’re hugely helpful to me in idea-ating for worship services. thanks for your gift.

      • herriseone says:

        Hi Monty, Thanks for your kind words. I’m glad the graphics helped you. If you have any song suggestions please let me know!

  3. gydameeten says:

    Thank you – very strong graphic! And great taste in music too.

    • herriseone says:

      Thanks for your kind words. The song is powerful and the illustration works wonderfully with it. Don’t forget to subscribe via email

  4. […] God’s people, Israel, had left God.  Earlier in the book we are told that God moved from one place to the next within the temple, basically begging His people to invite His presence back into their lives…but they wouldn’t.  His people became dead, they had failed to hold up their end of the covenant God had made with them.  They were dry bones resting in the bottom of the valley.  I’m reminded by this song that we were all dry bones at one time, and that it is only because of God’s call on our life and our identification with Christ that we have been given flesh and breathe again.  The presence of God now dwells within us.  The lyrics and some artwork to this song can be found here:  DRY BONES – ART/LYRICS […]

  5. saint says:

    The live version has this last bit at the end.. i’m not sure what language its sung in, hebrew perhaps? there’s something very raw and alive about singing in the language “our father who art in heaven…”

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