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“Father, Giver of all things

Perfect and lovely

You gave us your Son

In Him, we have redemption

Sins are forgiven

Hope now has come

 

And we bow down

Behold Him

Adore Him

Jesus, You are my life

The risen Son, the Light

My only soul’s desire

Is for Your name

 

Spirit, help in our weakness

Strength in the darkness

You make known the Son

 

We lift our eyes, where does our help come from?

Wounds in His side, have made a way”

 

This began as a simple, gospel-centered worship song celebrating the Trinity. The Father’s character is reflected in the Son, the Son gives glory to the Father and the Spirit makes known the Son. There’s a mutuality and order that’s refreshing and something in which our hearts can be firmly planted. The chorus echoes Colossians 3:3-4, “For you have died, and our life is hidden with Christ in God. When Christ who is your life appears, then you also will appear with him in glory.”

We can be consumed with a hobby, a relationship, a personality or an activity so much that we confess, “______ is my life!” The only obsession that can truly live up to that statement is to confess that Jesus is our life. Only He can truly sustain the weight of that worship.