“We’re content to pitch our tent
When the glory’s evident
Seldom do we know the glory came and went
Moving can seem dangerous
In this stranger’s pilgrimage
Knowing that you can’t stand still, you cross the bridge
Leap of faith without a net
Makes us want to hedge our bet
Waters never part until our feet get wet
There’s a higher place to go, beyond belief, beyond belief
Where we reach the next plateau, beyond belief, beyond belief”
This song is a great reminder to me to live by faith, not by sight. Because, after all, He’s got this…
And I am sure of this, that he who began a good work in you will bring it to completion at the day of Jesus Christ.
When my fear is overwhelming, on Your promise I will stand. You are faithful to the end…
…and when the battle comes, I know You’re my defender. A mighty fortress is our God. And when the victory’s won, I know I’ll still be standing. A mighty fortress is our God.
Our hands are lifted up, the King of Glory fights for us! One word will rise above, in Jesus’ name we overcome!
Gotta be honest, I am unable to listen to this song without getting completely fired up about the love that Christ has for me…and for all of us. He loves us, friends. That’s something to celebrate and take complete comfort in. Nothing that could ever come against us is too much for our God to handle.
Thank you God for being our mighty fortress!
All my days are secure in Your promise, never standing alone. You’re the truth, You’re the life, You’re my future. Jesus, You made a way. I’m alive in the love that You give me, free to dance once again. You will lead me from glory to glory. Jesus, You made a way.
You are the way. Lost and dead but Your love came to find me. Jesus, You are the way.
My new favorite song. It just screams FREEDOM and FORGIVENESS and HOPE and being MADE NEW and everything good that comes from putting your life in God’s hands. Get out your dancing shoes and crank this one up.
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‘God is able to take your life, with all of the heartache, all of the pain, all of the regret, all of the missed opportunities, and use you for His glory.’
― Charles R. Swindoll.
Thanks to my pastor for sharing this one on Facebook the other day…thought I’d share it here, too. Hopefully it encourages you today.
Have a great day!
And after you have suffered a little while, the God of all grace, who has called you to his eternal glory in Christ, will himself restore, confirm, strengthen, and establish you.
-1 Peter 5:10
God is good. Hope this encourages someone today. Have a great day!