'Most' was written and preformed by Carmen Hakso. Thanks to the following contributing artists: Kandice Wartes (Background Vocals); Aaron Wartes (Violin). All of the string parts for 'Most' were recorded in a stairwell at Restoration Road Church in Snohomish, WA in the Spring of 2015 (see picture in bonus files), and Carmen's vocal part in the common area of the children's nursery downstairs. The copyright for 'Most' is held by Carmen Hakso and is used with her permission here. All rights are reserved.
LYRICS FOR ‘MOST’BY CARMEN HAKSO:
Many things will disappoint, should they take their place as most, significant in this life, Lord. I can dream to see the world, canyons deep and redwoods tall, but in comparison to you they're small.
Lord, I can say this in my head, but I don't believe it in my heart.
Satisfy me, captivate me, fix my wandering gaze on your beauty. God forgive, for desiring lesser things over your perfect presence. Father fix me, Oh Father fix me. This is your plea within me.
Take away my love of man, my hope in all my dearest kin, with you my joy must end and begin.
Every paycheck comes from you, let it be put to good use for your kingdom and not mine oh Lord.
Lord, I can say this in my head, but I don't believe it in my heart. Satisfy me, captivate me, fix my wandering gaze on your beauty. God forgive me for desiring, lesser things over your perfect presence.
You're the well that won't run dry, you're the bread of ever-life. Your body and your blood are my feast.
Your steadfast love you won't deny, upon your eagle's wings I'll fly. To a wretch this Prince offers peace.
God you can say this in my head, through you I believe it in my heart.
You satisfy me, you captivate me, you fixed my wandering gaze on your beauty. Lord, you give me, the desire for, only you, you alone are worthy.
My Father fixed me. My Father Fixed me.
Lord I Hope in, the live to come, and new heaven and earth we will venture. Closeness to you, will be greater, than anything we could ever imagine.
Oh hallelujah! Oh, hallelujah! To him alway be glory.