It may be helpful also to look up 'bow' in a concordance and see what text and contexts this word is used. I lay my all before you now. You can call me a princess all you like 'Cause you like to keep me helpless by your side But it ain't what I want, I'ma show you I lay my all before you now. Hope this helps. I live to serve Your Majesty. I feel His annointing when I'm singing. The person is looking at all the quality of God as expressed e.g. all within me cries out in praise. We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. Hope this helps. King of kings, Majesty It means I have no other choice but to bow down, as moses feel to his feet on mount Sina so we fall to our knees at the glimpse of His Majesty.

Earth and Heaven worship you, love eternal, faithful and true, who bought the nations, ransomed souls, brought this sinner near to your throne; all within me cries out in praise. Your majesty, I can but bow.
I live to serve your majesty. strong deliverer, beginning and end,

I have known this song for over 15years now. I live to serve Your Majesty I lay my all before You now Majesty, God of heaven Living in me--Gentle Saviour, closest friend Strong deliverer, beginning and end All within me, fall at your feet Your ma-jes-ty Second Chorus Your majesty, I can't but bow I lift my all--, before you now In royal robes, I don't deserve I live to serve your ma-jes-ty

King of kings, majesty, God of Heaven living in me, gentle Saviour, closest friend, strong deliverer, beginning and end, all within me falls at your throne. O Church of God, awake! In royal robes I don't deserve All within me falls at Your throne Your Majesty, I Can But Bow, I Lay My All Before You Now. All content © Music Ministry UK 2020.Cookie Policy. All within me falls at Your throne, Your Majesty, I can but bow Strong Deliverer, beginning and end All within me falls at Your throne Your Majesty, I can but bow I lay my all before You now In royal robes I don't deserve I live to serve Your Majesty Earth and Heaven worship You Love eternal, Faithful and True Who bought the nations, ransomed souls Brought this sinner near to Your throne All within me cries out in praise. Your majesty, I can but bow. In royal robes I don't deserve So the only proper response is to fall on our knees, even our faces, before him, and offer him all that we are and acknowledge that all that we have is his before it is ours. (Majesty), "I can but bow" that is, there is nothing else I can do in the face of this great God but to just bow (respect). Your majesty, I can but bow Love eternal, Faithful and True love eternal, faithful and true, Thank you, heavenly Father, for your Spirit inspiring your servant to write this beautiful song to our beloved Lord, your Son, Jesus our Messiah-King. That statement has to be understood in the context of the previous verses of the song. who bought the nations, ransomed souls Earth and Heaven worship you, love eternal, faithful and true, who bought the nations, ransomed souls, brought this sinner near to your throne; all within me cries out in praise.